Many Windows Server 2003 users often use command prompt tool to manage partitions on their computer. However, on the one hand, command prompt tool is complicated to handle. On the other handle, command prompt tool is unable to help you resize a partition when it is running out of disk space. If you want to repartition the hard disk, you may face data security threats. Is there any other way to solve this problem? Is it possible to resize a partition without data loss?
Sunday, January 5, 2014
Windows SBS 2003 Server is a perfect choice for small business company because it provides much more excellent functions. However, since all programs and core services are running on a single Server, the SBS 2003 Server C drive (system partition) tends to run out of disk space easily. When there is not enough free disk space on C drive, system will pop up low disk space warning and ask you to free up disk space by deleting or removing data. Some people would like to free up disk space by using Windows cleanup tool, but it will takes a long time to only get little free disk space and the same low disk space warning may pop up again soon.
Friday, January 3, 2014
If you come across this article, probably the disk partition on Server 2003 cannot meet your needs to save more data. Most people don’t search for a method until they encounter the problem. However, when the problem happens, they may feel wondering and helpless.
Thursday, January 2, 2014
You need to extend C drive when it is running out of space on Windows 2003 Server Vmware? You need to extend the entire virtual disk since the Vmware virtual disk is too small when you create it? You meet troubles when trying to extend C drive on Windows 2003 Server Vmware? Anyway, you can perform C drive increasing on Windows Server 2003 now with one partition tool.