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Duplication Warnings

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I upgraded an internal SAS adapter today on a windows 2019 server. at first i was having problems getting disks online due to Microsoft's SAN policy to offline disks. i am guessing that when upgraded my SAS card, the disks presented themselves with new disk IDs since i had a new controller now. i used diskpart and brought the disks online, and found my drive pool is intact and running fine. however, i am getting an error message in the drive pool console, see attached. What should I do? I don't want to press my luck with the Drive Pool, I have 13TBs of data. I guess it's related to my upgrade, but if someone could help explain to me what happened, and what I should do, I would appreciate it.

 

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