We have P2V a drive that contained the data for one of the physical servers. The disk is about 300GB and has 50GB still free.
I've notice that we can change the size of the Virtual disk to bigger (vcenter) however it doesn't expand the size of the drive (let's say D: drive) once the system is up and running, instead it creates another partition within the same drive with some the extra storage.
Is there anyway we could resize the D: drive (Virtual Disk) on a VM server and make it bigger that what it is in case we run out of space?
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