NT and Serial ATA RAID

I have been told by a trusted source that if the SATA RAID drive has already been created through the RAID BIOS utilities, NT4 can be installed and will see that a drive is there to the limits of its size recognition. When NT has been installed on its own partition, then service-packed to death, disk manager can then partition the rest, treating it as a normal IDE drive.

You lose the speed benefits and any utilities that would come with a driver recognized by the OS. It should get me through to a time when they can be updated to Windows 2000 or 2003 Server across the board. The main thing is that Exchange keeps humming along with no data loss.

Here goes…