Move Server 2012 partition
Windows 2012 as the latest Server system has many big progress compare with oldest ones, such as Windows 2003. It has much stronger functions in disk management. One of these greatest progress is in Disk Management, which contains extend and shrink volume functions to manage disk partitions. With the help of the new functions, disk management becomes convenient and flexible.
However, progress doesn’t mean perfect, without any problem. So does Windows 2012 built-in Disk Management.
During the daily use of computer, we may found some partition is becoming smaller. Under this situation, extend partition is better than repartition. In Windows Server 2012 Disk Management, there is a premise that an unallocated space right behind the partition need to extend. If not, Disk Management cannot extend any partitions. Take this into consideration, what we can do to solve this problem easily. AOMEI Partition Assistant Lite, is the free move partition Windows Server 2012 software, which can help you move the free space to the location you want.
How to free move partition Windows Server 2012?
Scenario: here is a C drive, E drive and an unallocated space next to E drive. At this moment, we want to extend C drive, but there is no contiguous free space. So we need to move E drive to let free space behind C drive.
First, download and launch AOMEI Partition Assistant Lite edition. Then, right click E drive to choose “Move Partition”, and in the pop up window, move the slider bar to adjust the location of unallocated space. After that, extend C drive is easier.
Apart from Windows Server 2012, Windows Server 2003, 2008, Windows Small Business Server 2003, 2008, 2011 and Windows Home Server 2011 also can work well with. Download it to experience.
Notice: If you want to move partition, the unallocated space should equal or bigger than the partition need to move. If not, AOMEI Partition Assistant Server can deal with it.