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Need Help Extending C: Simple Volume on Windows 2003 Sbs Server.

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I provided a screen shot below.  I made the mistake by making it a dynamic disk.  Their for im gettimg the error the selected volume is a system or boot disk.  It is VIrtualized and managed by Hyper V Manager.
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You'll probably need to boot into a Windows PE environment using Untimate boot CD for Windows or <suggestion removed by RockMod 24 Sept '11>  and resize the partition from there - Windows 2003 won't let you resize the active boot partition while running. I'd make a backup first as well, just in case...
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MS Article on using Windows PE to do this: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/911896
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