When working in a clustered environment, it is a common practice to open the Cluster Administrator to look at the shared drives for the SQL Server instance. This can be performed from one of the participating nodes in the cluster. Using SQL Server Dynamic Management View sys.dm_io_cluster_shared_drives we can query and retrieve the shared drives for the SQL Server.
Note that the DMV returns only one column DriveName. The script returns no values when run on a standalone installation of SQL Server.
For the convenience of users, the script can be copied from the text at the end of the post.
In the above image, there are 7 rows indicating the 7 shared drives for the SQL Server fail-over cluster.
select * from sys.dm_io_cluster_shared_drives
— Bru Medishetty