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I have a VM under ESX. windows 2003 server and says not enough C: drive place.
I did bigger under ESX that C: drive.
But  i cant bigger under Windows 2003 .

Pls Help
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Right click my computer in the vm and select manage. Open disk management and see if there is unallocated space next to the C: drive. If so download Dell's extpart utility from here http://www.dell.com/support/drivers/us/en/19/driverdetails?driverid=R64398)

Follow the instructions to increase the size of the system partition.
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yes there is unallocated space next to the C: drive 20gb.
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i do not know what do say BUT YOUR THE BEST.

THANKS A LOT
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