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How to increase a virtual machine HDD in Virtual Server 2005 R2?

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I need to increas a virtual HDD of one of the VM's that is within a Virtual Server 2005 R2 environment.....is it possible?
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Hi Matt

Yes, its possible.

Have a look here: http://www.ehow.com/how_7409306_increase-virtual-server-2005-r2.html

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Hi, thanks for the prompt reply.

When I get to the 'convert' bit, it doesnt give me the option to change the HDD size, I just get 'convert' and the ability to choose a new name for the machine. Should I overwrite the exisiting or create a new one?
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Thats the badger! Thanks very much.
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