I have 5 servers, 2 of which are DCs - DC1 and EXCH1
DC1 has 3 volumes, C :, D: and E: plus the CD-rom etc.
During the installation (4 years ago) there was just C: and E:. The sysvol share was installed on the E: for some bizarre reason - I certainly didn't tell it to do that. E: was also the location of the fileshares and had a capacity of 2TB.
Now, the share size has exceeded the 2TB limit and I had to add a 4TB RAID as drive D: I couldn't expand the E: disk as it was formatted MBR. All shares have been successfully moved across on to the new disk.
So I want to dismantle the RAID that drive E: sits on - only that's where the SYSVOL share is located.
Is there a way to safely relocate it to the C: drive?
Without screwing it all up?