How to Resize a Windows Server Disk Partition

After some time a system administrator finds a boot partition on a Windows server is not large enough to accomodate all the programs and Windows updates and another partition has considerable free space. The solution is to reallocate the free space from one partition to another.

This can be resolved using a Disk Partition Utility. These utlities can run from $200 to $800. One of the most reasonable of these utlities for Windows Server 2000/2003/2008 is Easeus Partition Manager Server which works with Raid-0,1,3, and 5, SATA, SCSI, and IDE drives. It can handle up to 32 hard disks under Windows Server systems and supports 1.5 TB hard disk for Windows Server partition.

Easeus Partition Manager Server can be purchased at: