Rebuild raid from under windows server 2003

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Dell PowerEdge 600SC
RAID 5
RAID Array
RAID rebuild
Storage configuration management
Windows Server 2003
Windows Server 2003 RAID
Got a Server 2003 on a two partition Hardware RAID 5 [C: and E: visible as separate disks from Windows] . C: is almost full, Some programs have been installed on E:. From a bootable Acronis True Image Home only the C: partition is visible for cloning. I want to rebuild the array with newer and bigger drives without having to re-install the OS and all the servers. Is it possible to 1. clone C: to a temp HD, and just copy E:
Any thoughts if this could work. Will I need to Activate Windows again?



Software/Hardware used:
PowerEdge SC Server 600SC; 2003

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