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About Windows Server 2003

  • Windows Server 2003 is a server Operating System produced by Microsoft. As the successor to Windows Server 2000, it was first used on April 24, 2003. Windows Server 2003 is considered as the breakthrough of its Windows Server System line of Professional server products. An updated version, Windows Server 2003 R2 was released on December 6, 2005. Its successor, Windows 2008 Server, was released on February 4, 2008.

    Why do you need to do partition Windows Server 2003?

    Partitioning Windows Server 2003 is important on many occasions. Unfortunately, no partition resizing or moving function is built in Windows Server 2003.

    Partition Wizard is the solution to these partition management problems.

    Partition Wizard Server Edition is a piece of perfect partition magic that can help you to manage Windows Server partitions quickly and safely. You may perform basic and advanced server partition operations on your servers without having to worry about data loss. These functions include: create and deleted partitions, resize and move partitions, Merge Partition, Change Cluster Size, Copy Partition, Copy Disk, format partitions, hide and unhide partitions, set active partition, Convert Dynamic Disk to Basic Disk and more. Changes to server partitions can be previewed before applying to the hard disk and all data is completely protected during all operations.

    Partition Wizard Server Edition is capable of being installed on up to 3 machines to manage Windows Server 2000/2003/2008 and non-server 2000/XP/Vista 32 and 64 bit systems. The picture below is the main interface of Partition Wizard Server Edition in a Resize/Move partition:

    Click here to download a Trial Version of Partition Wizard Server Edition

    If you would like to install Partition Wizard on more than 3 systems, we suggest that you purchase Partition Wizard Enterprise Edition.

  • You can click here to download Trial Version of Partition Wizard Enterprise Edition.