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Partition Software Query for Windows 2000 Srv.

By dvadams ·
Hi Folks,

I was wondering if anyone has used Partition Commander as a way to reallocate or repartition a Windows 2000 server? (http://www.vcom.com/product/Partition_Commander_Home.html)

I currently need to reallocate more hard drive space to my C drive and am running a Raid 5 SCSI disk setup. Please feel free to post other third party software suggestions as I'm trying to explore my options. I have looked at Volume Manager (Symantec), though I'm hoping to find a cheaper solution than Volume Manager if possible.

Thanks.

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That's easy

by power zhu In reply to Partition Software Query ...

poor man, no one reply you for such a long time, see here http://www.partition-tool.com/partition-magic/resize-windows-2000-server-partition.htm

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I agree

by longtail In reply to That's easy

It seems that we used the same SW. I like easeus partition master, it helped me resize the server perfectly and quickly. upgraded to its new version, with which you can enlarge the partition without reboot, cool.
BTW, I followed this article http://www.partition-tool.com/resource/repartition-server.htm very clear

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easeus partition magic server is good choice

by Spam killer In reply to Partition Software Query ...

I didn't use partition commander, but I tried easeus partition magic server, work like a charm on my server, cheap and quickly, I recommand this.
there is a guide how to resize server on RAID
http://www.partition-tool.com/resource/repartition-server.htm

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partition software

by junehe In reply to Partition Software Query ...

I have used a partition software to make this resizing work to be possible. I used <a href="http://www.extend-partition.com/partition-manager-server-edition.html">Aomei Partition Assistant Server Edition</a>.if you used it , you''ll be surprised that power. In a word , full-fledged .

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