I want to buy into my server three hard drives like Intel 750 Series. Then from windows server 2016 I'd like to treat them as one logical drive ( for example as drive C:\ ). How to achieve it?
Yes, you can merge multiple drives into a single logical drive using the function you know as "Spanning".
This will work fine for additional storage, application installation, and disk space for virtual machines.
Based on your question I'm going to assume that you want to install the OS onto this spanned drive, and the answer to this is not a chance, no.
If you wish to install the Operating System onto a multi-drive array, something outside the OS has to do the joining of the drives so that the OS only sees a single volume to install on and run on.
The only way to do this on a bare-metal setup is to use a hardware solution such as RAID.
You haven't said why you want to do this, which would've helped us give you better answer. In most cases you can spread your data across multiple drives. Possible better options are:
- Buying a bigger single drive, along with an appropriate backup disk
- Using multiple disks with different drive letters