Tuesday, July 24, 2012

Increase partition size with partition manager server in Windows Server 2003

If we want to extend partition size in Windows Server 2003 with MiniTool Partition Wizard, we should firstly visit the official website http://www.partitionwizard.com to download the partition manager server and install it to the computer. After that, launch the partition magic and we can see the following interface.


This is the main interface of MiniTool Partition Wizard, from which we can see there is no unallocated space in Disk 1. If we want to increase Partition C:, we need to shrink other partitions to get unallocated space. So select Partition E: and click "Move/Resize" and the following interface will be shown.


In this interface, we can drag the two triangles or input exact value to shorten Partition Handle, thereby shrinking Partition E: (here, we'll drag the left triangle rightward). The result is shown in the following interface.


Now, click "OK" to go back to the main interface.


In the main interface, we can see an unallocated space appears in Disk 1. Now we can extend Partition C:. Select it and click "Move/Resize".


In this interface, drag the right triangle rightward to extend partition and then click "OK" to return to the main interface again.


In the main interface, we can see Partition C: has been extended and two pending operations appear in "Operations Pending" area. 



Please click "Apply". After all operations are finished, increasing partition size in Windows Server 2003 is achieved successfully.

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