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Windows Server 2008 R2 Thread, WSB Filling Drive C: in Technical; ok I might try and do the rebuild, and I'll boot the server later with Hirens and extend the drive....
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    ok I might try and do the rebuild, and I'll boot the server later with Hirens and extend the drive.

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    Gparted has never let me down for c drive extension. Or if you want to try it on the fly look at extpart from dell.

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    I'd use the native diskpart for disk expantion, gparted can do it but requires a full chkdsk afterwards and can take hours as opposed to seconds.

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