Thursday, February 3, 2011

Windows XP Services - Logical Disk Manager Service

Windows XP Services - Logical Disk Manager Service


Microsoft Description:

Detects and monitors new hard disk drives and sends disk volume information to Logical Disk Manager Administrative
Service for configuration. If this service is stopped, dynamic disk status and configuration information may become out of date. If this service is disabled, any services that explicitly depend on it will fail to start.

Importance of Logical Disk Manager Service

  • This service watches Plug and Play events for new drives detected and passes volume and/or disk information to the Logical Disk Manager Administrative Service to be configured. The Logical Disk Manager uses an administrator service and a watchdog service. The service should not be disabled if dynamic disks are in the system.

  • If this service is disabled or stopped, dynamic disk status and configuration information will become out of date and hard disk drives will not be detected. Also, any attempt to use the MMC Disk Management snap-in to configure disks will display the unable to connect to Logical Disk Manager service error message.

Status:

Startup type: Automatic
Service status: Started


This service depends on the following system components:


The following system components depend on this service:

Logical Disk Manager Administrative Service
Plug and Play
Remote Procedure Call
 
 

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