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System drive letter is F not C

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Inherited a SBS 2003 Server which has a system partition labeled F not C. This is causing Sharepoint to fail among other issues. How can I correct this to C drive? Is there a easy way?
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As far as im aware you cannot change the drive letter of the system partition.

If i was you i would start again!

Sorry. :-(
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Jeffrey Kane - TechSoEasy earned 250 total points
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You actually CAN change the drive letter of a system partition but it's rather complcated.  Basically it would be similar to a full hardware migration.  If you use the SWING method from www.sbsmigration.com, you can do this without even having the server go off-line.


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I bow to TechSoEasy's greater knowlage.

He is correct. If it was me i would start again.

Simon.
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