Reasons to resize partition in Windows Server 2000
The reasons why you might need to resize a Windows Server 2000 partition can be mainly divided into two parts. On the one hand, when you want to install a second operating system but there is no empty partition, then you can shrink or delete another existing partition to get some free space to create a new partition for the new OS. On the other hand, when you find one of the existing partitions is too big or too small, you might need to resize it to a reasonable size by shrinking or extending the partition.
Generally, Windows Server in-built Disk Management tool supports shrinking and extending volumes. But is it safe to shrink or extend volumes through that tool? Since every partition consists of many clusters and each file may take up several discontinuous clusters, it might affect the stored data on the shrunk or extended volumes.
Thus, most Windows Server users are looking for a better solution to resize partition without damaging data in Windows Server 2000, but is there such a versatile tool? Surely, the AOMEI Partition Assistant Server is a nice choice to safely resize partitions in Windows Server computers.
Safely resize partition for Windows 2000 via a powerful Server partition manager
This versatile partition magic software not only has the basic features: delete and format partition (like Disk Management), but also offers some more advanced features such as resizing, moving, wiping, merging as well as copying partitions. With those basic and advanced functions, you can easily manage the partitions very well without worrying about the data security. It is quite safe and convenient.
Besides, it comes with a very clear and friendly interface, so you can make any operations easily. When you want to shrink or extend a volume, you just need to launch this Server 2000 partition manager, right click the target partition and choose the option of “Resize Partition”.
Then, drag the slider to adjust the size in the subsequent window.
At last, you need to click "Apply" on the toolbar to admit your changes.
Attention: extending partition can be realized only when there is an unallocated space right behind the target partition, if not, you need to separate one from another, then move it to the particular location.