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Resize Drive SB 2011 Essentials

I need to resize the c: drive in test server with Microsoft SB 2011 Essentials. The server has two 500 Gb disks and is in raid 0. What software is recommended to use.
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8/22/2022 - Mon
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Well if I did understand you correctly you just want to make the c:\ volume smaller so that you can have more space on the data partition?
I'm not sure if this works in a RAID setup as well but you should be able to do it with system integrated tools.
Open the Server-Manager and expand the "Storage" option.
Go to disk management.
rightclick on (C:) and choose downsize (or similar meaning).
This should do it.

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