There should be no issues, as long as Windows setup can find the drive.
It is possible, however that you may get this error:
To get around that, you will have to follow the steps HERE to get around this error.
The procedure is simple but you need to install Windows Automated
Installation Kit first to get some files.
The basic outline is that you download the Windows Automated Installation Kit from Microsoft, open Installer.cmd from your system folder, and choose the drive you want to install on. Read the link for complete instructions.