SBS 2003 partitioning resizing question

Heeter

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Hey all,

I have this DC (SBS2003), a dell poweredge 1600SC.

Anyways, it has 2x36gig mirror raided and partitioned in C:15gigs and D:20gigs.

The C: is full. I would to remove D: partition and extent C: to occupy the whole 36 gig HD's

Can I perform this from the Disk Manager? If not what can I use, maybe Gparted?


Thanks,

Heeter
 
The C:/ is NTFS.

I deleted the D: partition, now it is just free space.


Thanks,

Heeter
 
Not sure Windows has this ability although I could be wrong - may have to use something like Parition Magic or the like.
 
if it can handle ntfs you should be able to - i was going to suggest partition magic aswell :)
 
So the Disk Management can't perform this, that I must use PartitionMagic?

Why Not GParted?

Okay Thanks,

Heeter
 
UPDATE:

Hey All,

PartitionMagic doesn't work on Windows2003Server. Won't install on NT/2000Server/2003Server.

What a waste of money that was.......................

Gotta find something else, hopefully freeware now.


Heeter
 
Thanks will try that trail version now.


Heeter
 
Might be worth contacting Symantec and seeing if you can get a refund, but doubt they will go for it since it's not listed in the system requirements/compatability.

Sorry :(
 
say you bought it from a shop and the sales person said you could use it on server - shift the blame :p
 
The boss from this office I work at did the $70 download.

Heeter
 
I hear that many tools can resize partition, such as partition magic, GParted, disk director, easeus partition master….. As I know, partition magic doesn't support Windows Server 2003. I would like to use easeus partition master, it is simple and easy to resize SBS 2003 partition. Thanks easeus.
 
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