Server Partition Software for Windows 2008
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Windows Server 2008 stands for the new generation of Windows Server. With Windows Server 2008, IT administrators have a more powerful management to server. It also enhances the safety of system and network environment and provides high flexibility for IT professionals. It provides solid foundation for servers and network structures in any organizations.

A server computer is used to store some important data or files in a company, no matter the company is big or small. Of course, as a server computer, it can not be turned on and off frequently. If the hardware on computers can not afford the long time running, there would be accident. The most frequently happened would be the improper boot of server system or system crash. The cause is always that system volume on the hard disk is running out of space. Then how to fix C drive running out of space problem when server 20008 Windows built-in Disk Management is unable to solve?

AOMEI Partition Assistant Server Edition is a server partition manager specially designed for Windows Server 2000/2003/2008. Moreover, system administrators and advanced users can use it to manage both server and non-server computer to maximize hard disk performance. This partition manager server edition can process advanced operations without data loss, including Extend Partition Wizard, Resize and Move volume, Merge and Split volume, etc, with all hardware RAID supported. What’s more, with support for partition magic bootable disk, you can also partition your hard drive without loading Windows.

From the screenshot above, you can know the user interface of AOMEI Partition Assistant is simple to understand; even PC newbie can easily perform hard disk partition operations safely and quickly. Meanwhile, the enhanced data protecting technology keeps your data safe in case of power outage or hardware failure.

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