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Increase the Local Disk (C) on Windows Server 2008 r2


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#1 alpha224

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Posted 08 October 2015 - 01:42 PM

How to Increase the Local Disk © on Windows Server 2008 r2  from 40 GB to 100 GB?


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#2 RolandJS

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Posted 08 October 2015 - 02:28 PM

Is this Local Disk a patition, along with another or other partitions, on the same hard-drive? If so, something as powerful as Acronis Disk Director or anything similar [free or fee] should be able to resize the local disk [c-partition] from 40GB to 100GB. Be forewarned, if folders and files "live near the borders," you are in for a long wait as the resizer "moves" same from d-partition to c-partition.

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Posted 10 October 2015 - 12:47 PM

If it is one partition, you probably could expand it. If that's just the size of the hard drive, you won't be able to expand it.


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