Storage vMotion of One Disk to another Datastore

I need to Strorage vMotion  a Server which has 3 disks  (C, E, F)  all about 2+ TB each.  
How can I SVMotion Only One of this disk (C) to the other Datastore in a Production Environment.   Is this possible.  If not, what are my options.
 Yes the Server is able to see both the  datastores (old and new).

Thanks.
cgeorgeisaacAsked:
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Andrew Hancock (VMware vExpert / EE MVE^2)VMware and Virtualization ConsultantCommented:
When you Storage vMotion you can be selective as to which virtual machine disks are moved.

if you don't change the current datastore, the virtual disk will not be moved.
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CESNetwork AdministratorCommented:
Here is a link to sotrage vMotion a single disk. The link shows screenshots for the fat client but the web client is very similar:

https://ict-freak.nl/2011/04/01/storage-vmotion-only-one-hard-disk-to-another-datastore-in-vsphere/
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