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How to Resize Windows Server 2008 Partitions – Built-in Disk Resizing Tool

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Running out of crucial working disk space on your Windows Server 2008 basic disk? No certified third party tools to expand the partition to available free space before your system and application get overly stressed (and eventually fail)? No extra disk standing by to construct an extended Windows simple volume?

Use the built in Windows Server 2008 disk resizing tool! 

To learn more and to read the entire article at its source, please refer to the following page, leedesmond’s blog – Free Disk Resize Tool for Windows Server 2008

 

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