My hard drive on our Microsoft SBS 2008 server is split into a C; and D: partition with the C: contining the all the os files and the D; all our data files.
However the C: partition is becoming very full which can of course cause the sever to crash whilst the D: partition has plenty of space.
Is there are a safe way to move the partitions so I can take some of the space on D: for C:
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