The C drive of my SBS2003 is running out space but when I go into disk management I can see it is a simple volume and part of a dynamic disk arrangement. There is plenty of unallocated space.
There is an option to extend C but I am not sure if there are any risks (I am sure there are!). Will the server need to be restarted afterwards and what precautions do I need to take before hand?
Also one of my volumes is labelled as at risk, what do I need to do to correct this?
Thanks in advance.
How big is your C drive? Are you able to uninstall and reinstall applications to a D, E, etc drive? How big is your page file? If you have another drive, you can move the page file to that drive, reboot
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