Recently discovered problems with rebooting virtual drives through the Server Manager control panel have been acknowledged by Microsoft, and the company has issued a warning to that effect.
According to Bleeping Computer, this vulnerability might cause data corruption if administrators try to reset (or clean) a virtual drive and accidentally reset the wrong disk. Errors may pop up in the process.
This may cause issues with Windows Server 2019 and 2022, and Windows 11 22H2.
“KB5018898—Server Manager resets the wrong disk if many virtual disks have the same UniqueId“Source: Microsoft
Microsoft shares a resolution on their support page.
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