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I have a PC with a few pools. I need to destroy one of those pools, so I can re-allocate some of its drives to a different pool. Data is already backed up. I would not want to remove drives one by one using GUI, as that is very time consuming. How can one destroy a pool without first removing each individual drive? Is there a command line API that allows that?
delete the file in c\windows\system32\drivers and installer will be continue normally. covefs.sys.reboot.tag it seems that drivepool installer somehow created this file in every installation but did not delete it after reboot, and this caused the installer keep detect pending reboot issues. hope this help.