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Using the 64-bit version of Diskpart.exe, you may be unable to import a foreign Dynamic Disk set. The import command may fail with the following error:
The disk management services could not complete the operation.
You can work around this issue with one of the following methods:
Note: To use the 32-bit version of Diskpart.exe, you will need to copy it to an alternate directory on your 64-bit server, and then run Diskpart directly from that directory.
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Article ID: 968373 - Last Review: January 14, 2015 - Revision: 2.0