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tommy644

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I am in need of software that will clone windows server 2003 with simple / Dynamic disk and in a hardware raid 5 (perc 4/di).This is a one time operation

The server has 3-36gb drives We have 3 new 73gb drives

the serve holds exchange and all related files partition size now 12gb ©
54gb (d).

I would like to make c larger at the same time of clone and I do not want to lose any information. Thank you for any advice to which program will work the best.
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eric_april1982

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hi guy, you want to clone your disk and resize the C: dive in one time. I think it is hard to deal with. Many software could clone and some ones could resize and move partitions. Let me see, in the hardware raid 5, you could use software to clone firstly and then resize it by another software.
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I found a solution on website just now. There is a software named EASEUS Partition Master. I download the home edition to use, and it could copy disk and then resize the partition. It is easy to resize the system partition safely. I think maybe it is a good helper to solve your problem. refer to www.partition-tool.com.
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I have tested that program and I like it quite well. I would not do the clone and partition re-size in 1 step. I would do a clone image (as backup)and then a re-size.
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