upgrading server with more space

I have added a 72 gb drive to a Dell poweredge server. In computer management it is showing up as uallocated space on disk 0. I am trying to expand the the existing volume to this new drive because I am runnign out of space and I am not sure what diskpart command to use.
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SysExpertCommented:
Basic or Dynamic ?

What kind of controller ?

Please provide more details.


I hope this helps !
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hromano46Author Commented:
It is a Dell PERC 4/DI controller. I have added it to the RAID 5 with a utility from Dell.
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hromano46Author Commented:
This system contains 3 drives that are 36gb a piece. I have partitioned  the  drives and the Cdrive  contains only the OS and then I created another volume that contains the users and share folders. I have now bought a 72gb drive and have used a utility provided by Dell to add to the RAID 5. When I go into computer management and then disk management I can see the new drive I added as unallocated. I am trying extend the volume that houses my users and share folders to this HDD because I am running out of space. I am trying to find the best way to accomplish this task.
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hromano46Author Commented:
The drives that are there are basic disks
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