Small Business Server 2003 - Changing Hard Drive Letter.

Is it possible to change the drive letter on the bootable drive on a system running SBS 2003? Currently it is marked as F and I would like to give it the normal C designation.

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Rant32Commented:
No.

The drive letter can be changed easily with Disk management, but because many application paths are hard-coded upon installation this will completely ruin the server.
Sridhar CherukuriService EngineerCommented:
Rant32 is absolutely right dont think about changing the drive letter where your OS and other applications are installed

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Jeffrey Kane - TechSoEasyPrincipal ConsultantCommented:
How long ago was the server installed?  If recently, then you may want to consider reinstalling it.

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dercossAuthor Commented:
It has apparently been running a long time so it is not really worth changing it. Incidentally, you can't use disk management to change the drive letter of the system drive...

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Rant32Commented:
Could be done with 2000, but haven't tried it since. You're right.
dercossAuthor Commented:
Thanks for the advice...

dc
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