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    remount disks -esp iscsi

    How do I quickly remount all disks in server2008R2
    ie - the equivalent of 'mount -o remount -a'

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    There is a button in the top toolbar of the disk managment snapin to rescan disks

    if you want a command line you can use

    Diskpart
    rescan

    you can also select each of the disks in diskpart and use offline / online which should remount them.

    http://www.broadbandreports.com/foru...unt-in-windows-
    http://www.neowin.net/forum/topic/84...ve-in-windows/
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