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Changing or deleting the volume label

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Changing or deleting the volume label

The volume label is a text descriptor for a drive. With FAT, the volume label can be up to 11 characters and can include spaces. With NTFS, the volume label can be up to 32 characters. Additionally, although FAT doesn’t allow you to use some special characters — including * / []:; | =, + “? ‹ › — NTFS does allow you to use these special characters.

Because the volume label is displayed when the drive is accessed in various Windows Server 2012 R2 utilities, including File Explorer, it can provide information about a drive’s contents. You can change or delete a volume label by using Disk Management or File Explorer.

Using Disk Management, you can change or delete a label by following these steps:

1. Press and hold or right-click the partition, and then tap or click Properties.

2. On the General tab of the Properties dialog box, enter a new label for the volume in the Label text box or delete the existing label. Tap or click OK.

Using File Explorer, you can change or delete a label by following these steps:

1. Press and hold or right-click the drive icon, and then tap or click Properties.

2. On the General tab of the Properties dialog box, enter a new label for the volume in the Label text box or delete the existing label. Tap or click OK.

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