Resize Server Partition
This category lists the tutorials how to resize server partitions on Windows Server 2003, 2008 and 2011 32/64 bit.
It is a troublesome issue for many people to resize partition in Windows 2008 Server, especially Server 2008 R2, because it is first 64-bit only Windows Server edition. In this article, I want to share some experience resizing Windows 2008 disk partitions.
When talking about resizing partition on Windows 2008 Server (r2), many people ask the same questions:
- Is it safe to resize Windows 2008 partitions?
- Any differences in Server 2008 R2?
- Is it required to break array when reszing raid virtual More >
Yesterday I wrote an article about how to resize server 2008 partition, some people ask me if the tool and steps fit for SBS 2008, so I want to explain how to resize SBS 2008 partitions, or rather, resize sbs 2008 system partitions.
Here I don't want to waste time talking about what SBS is, the editions or features, in one word, Windows Small Business Server (SBS) 2008 provides less features and connections comparing with Windows Server 2008 (R2), but File System and the way managing disk More >
It is indeed a headache for most of the server administrators to resize server 2008 partitions, especially for Windows Server 2008 R2, as it is 64-bit. Many people ask me if there is an easy and safe way resizing server 2008 volumes without starting from scratch, so in this article, I want to give some hints and try to cover overall disk configurations.
Easy-to-use isn't chief reason when you select a partition resizing utility, but data protecting ability, because to a server data is most More >
When talking about resizing partitions, many people know the famous program – Partition Magic, which is the first partitioning software. However, this program isn't compatible with Windows Server 2003, 2008. In technical forums, many people feedback failed to install it to Server 2003. To resize partition in Windows 2003 Server, some people try to create partition magic bootable CD, don't do that, because system compatibility is part of an application, partition resizing involves file system More >