Increasing disk size in windows server 2003

Hello,
Am running a file server on windows server 2003. And i have 3 partitions as C, D and E. Where as D & E having 1 TB each. My company user documents are mapped to D as well as E. Now my D drive is running out of space and i have around 800 Gigs
free space in E drive. I would like to move some of the free space from E drive to D. Am bit afraid to use diskpart command to extend the volume also not sure whether diskpart will help me.
Can someone please guide me..
Thanks in Advance
NAZeeR

Hi,
"Extend Volume" only allows you to extend a drive into contiguous unallocated space (on the right). In this case you can only merge unallocated space to D drive. If you want to merge noncontiguous unallocated space to C drive, there are two solutions. Please
refer to the article below:
How to Merge Unallocated Space to C Drive without Losing Data?
http://www.partition-magic.org/res/merge-unallocated-space-to-c-drive.html
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