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Safe way to upgrade C: Drive on Windows 2003 Server?

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I have a windows 2003 Server that is over utilized.  This server does central email, and serves as the license server for everyones applications.

The C Drive nearly full.   The C Drive is only 12GB.    There is also a D Drive with some space.   But not enough for everything.   I can't tell if iD partitioned or just a separate drive.   Since drives are cheap,  I would like to add an additional drive to replace C.  One with plenty of space.

Is there  a safe and easy way to port everything on C over to a new drive and have everything boot up flawlessly?   A whole bunch of people depend on this server and we can't really afford a crash.

Beginner explanations Step-by-step please.
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