So when I first configured my desktop I only had Windows 8.1 installed. When I installed my second hard-drive (I have Windows 8.1 and Linux on a separate SSD), I made the mistake of making it a Windows Storage Space.
To put it simply, here are my two questions:
1) Is it possible to mount a Windows Storage Space in Linux? I've done a bit of searching but I couldn't find any utility to allow me to do this. All of the distros I've tried were not able to read from the Windows Storage Space drive. I am currently using Antergos, which is based on Arch Linux.
2) If it is not possible to mount it in Linux, is it possible to convert the Windows Storage Space to a normal partitioned drive without losing all data on the drive? Windows does allow you to delete a drive from a Storage Pool, but warns that you will lose all data on the drive.