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No changes to any disks will be made until you press `Begin Installation` in xref:Installing_Using_Anaconda.adoc#sect-installation-gui-installation-summary[Installation Summary]. The `Reclaim Space` dialog only *marks* partitions for resizing or deletion, but no such action is performed immediately.
The `Installation Destination` screen allows you to configure storage options - namely, which disks will be used as the installation target for your {PRODUCT} installation. At least one disk must always be selected for the installation to proceed.
The Installation Destination screen. There are two local standard disks available
The `Specialized & Network Disks` section below shows advanced network storage (such as iSCSI and FCoE disks) currently configured. When you first open this screen, no such devices will be displayed because they can not be automatically detected; to search for network storage devices, press `Add a disk` button and proceed with xref:Installing_Using_Anaconda.adoc#sect-installation-gui-installation-destination[Installation Destination - Specialized & Network Disks]. Any network storage you configure will then show up in the `Specialized & Network Disks` the same way local disks are shown above.
To control which one of your selected storage devices will contain the _boot loader_, click the `Full disk summary and bootloader` link in the bottom left corner of the screen, and follow the instructions in xref:install/Installing_Using_Anaconda.adoc#sect-installation-gui-storage-partitioning-bootloader[Boot Loader Installation]. Note that while in most cases it is sufficient to leave the boot loader in the default location, some configurations (for example, systems which require _chain loading_ from another boot loader) will require the boot drive to be specified manually.
Unselected and Selected Disk
USB storage devices such as flash drives and external disks will be shown in the `Local Standard Disks` as well, and they will be available for selection the same way internal hard drives are. Make sure to *not* select any removable storage as installation targets unless you really want to do so. If you accidentally use a removable drive to install {PRODUCT} and then unplug it, your system will likely become unusable.
With automatic partitioning, you can also select the `I would like to make additional space available` option below. Use this option if you want to reclaim space from an existing partitioning layout - for example, if a disk you want to use already contains a different operating system, and you want to make this system's partitions smaller to allow more room for {PRODUCT}. The `Reclaim space` dialog which opens if this option is selected is described later in this section.