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acronis disk director 10.0 (build 2,169) need help expanding drives

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Hello guys and as always thanks for your time and expertise.
I have a bunch of servers with windows server 2003 installed.  Some are file and print servers, others are domain controllers, and two others are the virus manager and the other is our altiris box.  
My problem is these servers were set up with the default of 12gb for the C: and now the C: on most of these boxes is rapidly running out of space.  There are other partitions with a ton of space and I guess I need some of that space for my C: drives.  However, some of those partitions have shares, etc and I don't want to cause any problems.  I've never used acronis disk director before so I'm a little hesitant to go through the process unless I know I'm safe.
I guess my question is if I have a default C: of 12 gb for example and a D: partition or an E: partition with 100gb of space but there are shares on these other partitions, can I take space from them without screwing up the shares.  Can I make just one big HD (c:)out of these partitions without screwing anything up.  Anyway, your advice, recommendations are greatly appreciated.  Thanks.
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