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Resize C: and D: partition on Windows 2008 Server - What is the best product ?

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Hi,
I need to resize the c: and d: partitions on a Windows 2008 Server to reduce D: and and increase C:.

Ideally I need to do this whilst the server is up (but not doing much).

What is the best product to do this ?

Regards
Michael
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The best way would be to backup C: and D:, remove D:, expand C: using diskmanagement, then restore the backup to a new D:.

Otherwise use Paragon's Disk Manager Business to resize and move D: towards the end of the HD, then you can either use diskmanagement or the paragon tool to expand C:

http://www.paragon-software.com/small-business/hdm-business/
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Second vote from me for Hard Disk Manager.
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Support from the vendor of this product was superb - and I haven't said that in a LONG time....
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