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I have a SAN Volume that ran out of disk space and I am trying to extend it. I already did that in the SAN Utility but now when I use diskpart extend doesn't do anything, what am I doing wrong? Thanks!
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Question by:Bob Macpherson
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by:65td
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Have you seen this article from MS:http://support.microsoft.com/kb/304736
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by:subhashchy
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can you try from disk management mMC and see if it displays any errors ?
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by:MDI1981
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Hi,

Don't know if you done it but first you have to select the volume before you can extend it.


Diskpart.
List volume
Select volume 1
extend

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I rebooted the server and diskpart worked fine, maybe this is what you need to do in Windows Server 2008, I didn't have to do this in Windows Server 2003.
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