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HYPER-V how to move a VHD file to a different disk location

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I have a Hyper V server that houses a db, web, sms, and fax server.
My db server's current VHD file limited in disk space which is limiting the RAM.
I would like to move this VHD file to a larger disk.
Looking for suggestions and best practice on how to move a VHD file.

Thanks in advance for your help
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take a look at here , explaining hwo to move virtual machines to a nother disk

http://www.surveyxtreme.com/?p=95 .

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