Bootit NG and Partition resize?
Posted on 2006-07-23
I purchased Bootit NG, and loaded it onto the machine. It created a partition just for itself so now my partition menu looks like this:
System c: which contains windows 2k3 server SBS
Exchange D: Which has our exchange server
--Free Space of 70gb--
Bootit Partion 8mb
I tried just resizing the c: volume because that is the one in desperate need of space. However Bootit would not recognize the free space available for this partition.
When I tried it with d: the free space was available.
I looked at the directions in the PDF provided and it mentions "sliding" the partion so that it is adjacent with the free space? How safe is this? I really don't want to mess this up and attempt a restore from my backups.
How does this sliding work? can I effectivley do this with my system volume? There was a big warning that said I could lose everything when I looked at the slide feature? Should I try Acronis Disk Director Suite instead? Does it work with 2003 server, it doesnt mention servers in its product description?