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Assign Specific Drive Letter during Windows Server 2003 install

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MikeTheRed6Flag for United States of America asked on
Windows Server 2003Citrix
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I want to install Windows Server 2003 without using C: as the default drive. I don't see anywhere in the setup that lets me choose a letter at all, it just picks C. After installation, I tried to change the drive letter in Disk Management but I get a message that reads, "Windows cannot modify the drive letter of your system volume or boot volume."

Any ideas? I just want to be able to pick a different letter.
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