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How to merge Windows Server 2003 partitions?

This video shows how to merge partitions in Windows Server 2003. The steps to merger partitions in Windows Server 2003 R2, x64 edition, Small Business Server 2003 are the same.

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After merging partitions, all files in drive D moved to system C: drive automatically.

Though it is easy and fast to merge Server 2003 partitions, this is not the best choice to solve system volume Low Disk Space problem by merging drives C: and D:, because all shorcuts to partition D becomes invalid after merging.

The best way is resizing partitions, shrink an data drive to get some free space and then extend the system C: drive.

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