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SBS 2008 on Hyper-V (Move VHD)

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We are running Microsoft SBS 2008 virtualized on Windows Server 2008 Hyper-V. The disk drive on which the SBS VHD resides is out of space and there is no room to expand it. I have another drive that is empty. How do I move the VHD to the new drive?
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Shut down the server, move the VHD, then change where the file is located in hyper V manager then start the server. Hope  this helps :)
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Beautiful! Worked like a charm. Thanks!
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