I have a Windows 2003 SBS server that contains one drive and has two volumes on it, C: and D:. The disk is a dynamic disk and the filesystems on the volumes are NTFS. For some reason the D: partition is showing up as two separate partitions with the same drive letter, yet the combined space is reported as the total filesystem size.
I do not know this for sure, but I believe at one point(prior to me) the D: partition was extended using Windows Disk Management.
Now I need to resize the C: partition but first I'll need to shrink the D: partition and I will do so with a third-party app, however, every app I tried won't resize D: due to the double partition thing. Once I correct that I should be able to resize it and then resize the other partition.
How can I go about fixing this D: partition?
I have attached a screenshot showing the disk management console.