we have a server that is running out of space on C: and one solution is to shrink D: which is on the same disk and resize C: but as always there are few pitfalls.
For some reason the disk is dynamic rather than basic and to complicate matters further the D: partition is in 3 separate simple volumes. Here is an illustration to explain.
We have EASEUS Partition Master 6.5.1 Server Edition which can resize the partition but I am concerned about the best most reliable way to go about it.
One idea I had to just to try it out was to use Shadow Protect to capture the disk image so I can play around with it in a virtual machine first before I do it for real.
Does anyone have any suggestions on the best way to resize C: and D: on our server without breaking it? :)
Thanks in advance.