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Actually, it depends on what sort of filesystem Windows is running... if it is NTFS, RedHat and Fedora wont' recognize it. You can get an RPM to fix this, or you can recompile your kernel (which I still haven't quite mastered *laughs*) Most other Linux distributions recognize ntfs right out of the box; but the rumor is RedHat doesn't include support for it because of legal concerns...
Anyway, the here's the link for the RPM to do it and all of the necessary instructions to get it up and running: http://linux-ntfs.sourceforge.net/index.html