Tuesday, August 23, 2011

How to Change cluster size under Windows 2003 - MiniTool Partition Wizard Server Edition

Features of Windows Server 2003
- Server management
The most prominent feature of Windows server 2003 is undoubtedly the a variety of featured services ranging from AD service, terminal service, IIS service and DNS service inherited and developed from Windows 2000 to mail service and file service, etc.

- Remote desktop connection
Windows Server 2003 has radically adjusted operating method of remote desktop connection from the single connection windows to the unified management platform that integrates the tree-like console and connection display windows. Any connection and switch could be operated and managed within this platform.

- Internet Information Service 6.0
IIS6.0 has enjoyed a leapfrog development compared with previous editions with the reliability, scalability, safety, ease of management, enhanced network development and network support function greatly reinforced.
Does user need a partition manager supporting Windows 2003? For many users, such partition manager is quite hard to find since many partition managers don't support Windows 2003 or some partition managers are unstable and are of great risk to result in data loss. Fortunately, now we have MiniTool Partition Wizard Server Edition - a powerful yet safe partition manager that supports almost all kinds of operations under Windows 2003, such as wipe partition, resize partition, merge partition, create partition, delete partition, format partition, convert partition format, copy partition, change cluster size, etc.

Change cluster size with MiniTool Partition Wizard Server Edition
To utilize MiniTool Partition Wizard Server Edition, user should first download it at MiniTool Partition Wizard Download Center and then install it to computer.
Then user would come to following interface after running MiniTool Partition Wizard Server Edition:

Select and right click the desired partition, then click "Change Cluster Size" under "Modify" menu.

This demonstrates the current partition cluster size.

Modify cluster size by clicking the drop-down menu.

Lastly, click "Apply" to execute pending operation.

Likewise, cluster will be successfully changed with MiniTool Partition Wizard Server Edition

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