I found on SearchWinComputing.com a case were you explain how to expand a boot disk on a Server 2003 installation.
I am having the same troubles and would appreciate if you could give me a hand on how to solve this problem.
A technician from COM-IT in Denmark, offered me the possibility to expand the boot disk on our terminal server which is running out of space because of the many user profiles.
The result was catastrophic. The system was configured with a drive c: (boot) and a drive d: (data) on a raid 1 configuration. After the technician had given up the expansion, he left the system in the following conditions: Drive C: capacity is still the same as before, about 19,53 GB while the partition shows the full amount of the physical disk (136,69 GB).
I tried with DISKPART but there is no way to expand C: drive and I have no more resources available.
I wonder if you could help me with a solution that includes the possibility to keep the installation and the data of the server intact.
July 21, 2008 2:44 PM
July 22, 2008 7:09 PM