A charity I help has an SBS 2003 Server with 2 partitions - C: is the boot/system files/exchange etc. and E: holds the shared folders.
One of the two 73Gb SCSI mirrored drives has died and I have a perfectly good 36Gb I can give them. As this will only be able to mirror the C: partition I'd like to move all the shared folders from the E: partition to C:
In theory, this should be fairly easy to achieve, but I don't think it will be in practice and I would like to avoid remapping all the workstations.
Can anyone give me any advice on this or point me to an appropriate article?
The "dead" drive is found on boot up and is ok in device manager but in Disk Management is described as "Unknown" and "Unreadable". Any ideas?