Users are often confronted with situations like running out of free space of a certain drive due to improper space allocation for the disks. With the built-in tool called Disk Management in Windows systems, users are able to do some simple disk management work at ease. However, the functions of Disk Management are somehow quite limited. For example, it doesn’t allow users to shrink or increase drive space on Server 2003.
To increase drive disk space on Server 2003 is to some degree a comparatively tough job due to its highly secure policies, let alone to increase its boot drive space. Moreover, there is a compatibility problem between Server 2003 and much other third-party disk management software, making it tougher to deal with disk space management.
However, it is not impossible to make a reallocation for the disk space to extend the boot partition on Server 2003. The following words must be of help to Server 2003 users.
MiniTool Partition Wizard Server Edition is a good choice to make the boot drive extension possible. It is a powerful tool on disk management; it is highly compatible with Server 2003.
Install MiniTool Partition Wizard Server Edition and run it to see the following interface.
Users can click the black triangle to trigger the drop-down column and then choose an option to decide where to borrow space to enlarge the boot drive space. By dragging the slide, users can also determine the space size that will be added to the boot drive. After that, click “OK” to continue.
Actually, users are also able to increase drive space on Server 2003 with the Move/Resize function in MiniTool Partition Wizard Server Edition. To use that function to extend the boot drive space on Server 2003 is certainly also OK and painless.