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Resize Server hard disk on Windows Server 2008/2003/2000 without data loss.

Why resize Server hard disk?

Server low disk space problem is very common in Microsoft Windows family. If there is few or no free space in the system partition, Windows will pop up an alert and operating system runs slower immediately. You cannot install updates or any other applications, system will crash if there is no free space, so you'd better extend the system partition as soon as possible.

It is time-consuming to rebuild the Server, and it may lead to data loss. Longer Server downtime means fewer customers and less income. Why not resizing the boot partitions on Windows Server directly? You can solve this problem in several minutes by yourself.

You just need to launch Server partition software, drag and move on the disk map to resize partitions. All operations can be previewed and cancelled. Furthermore, if the system partition is NTFS, you can extend the system partition without rebooting computer, that is to say, you can solve low disk space problem on Server without downtime.

Ensure data security when resizing Windows Server hard disk

The security and stability are undoubtedly the most significant aspects for Server computers since a Server computer usually stores the most important classified and daily-used files. However, even a slight error on server computer might directly leads to exposure of the whole network to the outside.

Network administrators need to take good care of these Server computers. That's why the software installed on Server computers is strictly chosen by administrator, especially the computer utilities, which are able to maximize the performance of the Servers.

Which software to resize Server hard disk?

In technical forums, many professionals recommend Partition Magic Server. Based on the enhanced data protection technology and copy wizard built in Partition Magic Server Edition, it is highly recommended with its excellent advantages while resizing Windows server partitions.

Besides, It is able to extend NTFS system partition without reboot to maximize the server performance and minimize the downtime of the server.

Benefits of Partition Magic Server

  • Enhanced data protection technology helps you resize, merge partition without data loss, even when power off or hardware problem occurred.
  • Hot Resize feature helps you extend NTFS partition without reboot to suspend Server running.
  • Disk/Partition Copy feature helps you backup or migrate data without reinstalling Windows.
  • Changes made on partitions can be previewed before applying to the hard disk.
  • With user-friendly interface, no professional assistance or experience in using Partition Magic required.
  • Support Windows Server 2008/2003/2000 32 and 64 bit OS.
  • 30-day Money Back Guarantee, purchase useful software without worries behind.
  • More feature and benefits of Partition Magic Server...

How to resize Server hard disk?

Step 1, Launch Partition Magic Server, you'll see all disks and partitions that connected to your Server and free space, used space and other properties of each partition.

Resize boot partition

Right-click the data partition and select "Resize", in the pop-up window, drag the left border rightwards to shrink it.

Shrink data partition

There will be some Unallocated space behind the system partition.

Unallocated space created

Step 2, Right-click the system partition and select "Resize", in the pop-up window, drag the right border rightwards to hold the Unallocated space.

Extend system boot partition

Click "Apply" to proceed, done.

Partition resized

Now you have a "new" Server that can be used for a long time again.

For enterprise users, Unlimited Edition allows unlimited installation within your company to save time and money.

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