I have a Small Business Server 2003 with a 40GB boot partition and 160GB data partition. The boot partition is full. I have moved the exchange data store to the larger data partition. However c:\program files\exchg folder still is consuming 20GB of space. I feel I have two options. Either uninstall exchange and reinstall it on the larger disk partion, or purchase disk management software that will allow me to enlarge the boot partition. Because of the interopoerability of Small Business Server IE Remote Web Workplace and Outlook Web Access, I'm concerned that uninstalling exchange and installing to another partion will "break" Remote Web Workplace and OWA. Anytime I consider running a disk utility to enlarge existing "live" disk partitions I worry that I will totally mess up the server.
Last week I managed to free up 5GB of space on the boot partition. I have moved all client files, installation files, log files, etc to the data volume. This week boot partition is full again. This server hosts an imaging database but the DB resides on the data partion. The server also hosts Symantec Endpoint Protection Manager which is set to keep two versions of update. I can only guess that Windows Updates account for the disk space usage. By far Exchange takes up the most disk space on the boot drive.
My question is three fold. What is involved in moving exchange and ramifications to RWW and OWA? What disk partitioin utility do you recommend that are guarenteed to work? What would you recommend to solve this problem?