Resizing a Fat32 partition on a 2000 advanced server

Scenario:
2000 adanced server being user as a Web server using PHP. The original setup used a 4 gig Fat 32 partiton. The 4 gig partiton is runnig out of room. I have about 30 gig unpartitoned space. and a 20 gig NTFS partiton.
Background:
I tried using partiton magic. Doesn't work/won't load on 2000 advanced. Looked at the disk management utilities native to 2000 advanced. I remeber in NT 4.0, you could resize partitons using these utilities.
Question:
Is there any way to add to the existing partiton without moving data?
Thanks,
reynotm
P.S. I'll up the points for a really good answer...
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Fatal_ExceptionSystems EngineerCommented:
Acronis PartitionExpert 2003 works on Advanced Server editions...

http://www.acronis.com/products/partitionexpert/
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reynotmAuthor Commented:
Then there isn't anything "built in" to advanced server for this type of disk management? I didn't see a price for the software mentioned here. Ballpark guess as to how much?
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Fatal_ExceptionSystems EngineerCommented:
No, there is no built-in partitioning software included, at least from my understanding of Advanced Server (or any of the other MS SErver product versions..)  I have never used this software with Advanced Server, so let me know if it works..!!

Check out this link with Download:

http://www.voodoofiles.com/8685
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Fatal_ExceptionSystems EngineerCommented:
BTW:  Just noticed that is a DEMO download..  :(
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Fatal_ExceptionSystems EngineerCommented:
It appears that Acronis runs $44.99 from this download site:

https://www.regnow.com/softsell/nph-softsell.cgi?item=4864-19&affiliate=4545
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