Server partition size may be not reasonable. For example, a large partition has much spare space left or a small partition can not meet data storage demands. Then how to solve the problem? Many users may have this question. Actually, resizing server partition is a good solution, but it is not easy to realize.
Take Windows Server 2003, a common Server operating system for example. The built-in disk management tool is unable to resize partition. Although Windows Server 2008, a superior Server operating system, is able to extend volume and shrink volume, it has great limitations (for example only extending partition or shrinking partition towards one direction), so it can not meet users' demands for resizing server partition. Then how to resize server partition well in Windows Server operating systems?
How to resize server partition?
The built-in disk management tool is unable to meet users' demands for resizing server partition. Therefore, users have to resort to third-party partition magic if users want to resize partition for server freely. And MiniTool Partition Wizard, of powerful functions and simple operations, is a pretty good choice. Please visit the official website https://www.partitionwizard.com/ to download MiniTool Partition Wizard and then install it to the computer. Then launch it and its main interface will be shown.
In this interface, select the partition to be resized and then click "Move/Resize" function. The following interface will be shown.
Users could drag the two arrows or input exact values in the textboxes to resize partition. Then click "OK" to go back to the main interface and then click "Apply" to execute previous operations, finishing resizing server partition.