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repartition win small business 2008 c drive

Greetings,

I have a new server that has 2 sas drives mirrored and partitioned into the c and e drives.  It is  136 gb but the c drive is partitioned to 60gb and I am filling it up fast.  I'd like to make the e drive smaller and increase the size of the c drive or eliminate the e drive altogether.

Normally I would use Acronis Disk Director for this type of operation but I have only used this on win 2003 servers in the past.  Can I use Disk Management to accomplish this? I see that I can "shrink volume" and "delete volume".

Thanks very much.

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Thank you very much for this info.  Currently the e drive is empty so it seems smartest to delete that partition and then expand the c drive into that space.  Then I would be left with just a c drive and recovery partition on that array.  It seems like I can do this with just the disk management tool.

thank you very much.
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