I have a Server 2003 Standard R2 with Service pack 2. It has two partitions on a SATA HDD:
C: (10gb)contains windows and several programs, 0GB is available
D: (65gb)contains data files, many programs, 40GB is available
I need to free up space on the C: drive. Can I safely expand the partition into the D: drive? Does data need to be removed from the D: drive first?
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