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    Question How to resize a Windows 2003 partition?

    Hi!

    How can I resize on a windows 2003 server a partition ?


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    gicio

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    Try using partition commander. I am not sure if it is compatible but it should be.

    If that doesn't work you could always try partition magic, or fdisk.

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    Acronis makes a nice product called Partition Expert at http://www.acronis.com/products/partitionexpert/. Otherwise you can use the utility in W2K3, BUT... like in FDISK, you will loose your data on the drive, so backup to CDR or tape. Admin Tools/Computer Mgmt/Disk Mgmt/ right click on the drive of your choice for the pull down menu.

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    If you got free space on the same drive as you main operation system then in drive management you select your current partition hold ctrl key then click free space, right click then change size. hey presto!

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    Jonny Bonkers that is a great tip. Thanks!

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