Originally Posted by michaelk
Nope, since a single disk or PE is not over 2TB. As a reference the limits for a single logical volume are 16TB for a 32bit and 8EB for 64Bit machine and the VHDX limit is 64TB.
Thank you for your response! I was under the impression that no matter how many disks or VHDX/VHDs a system has, if the total amount of all of the disks combined exceeds 2TB then a GPT partitioning scheme is required. If I understand you correctly, Michael, then the only time a GPT would be needed is if a single disk is over 2TB in size, not the entire total amount of storage spanning all of the disks.. Am I correct?