Okay - we have a situation in where we have to rebuild a server since it was originally configured with a system drive (C with not enough space. This is a Windows 2003 System that runs terminal server. It is in a Raid 5 configuration. C: 12.0 GB D: 136 GB E: 56.1 GB We are just going to want to throw 15 more GB towards the system partition. It is RAID 5 so Gpart/partition magic is a little too "iffy" to try this out. I've been hearing about Acronis True Image? Norton does "support" it with Ghost either. Basically, I wish to make this as simple as possible. I will pick up a USB 2.0 External Hard Drive to complete this. Since this is a terminal server, this shit will be completely CRAZY to rebuild if it gets to that point so I would like to do EVERYTHING and anything to avoid this. Basically - I need a Livestate backup that will allow me to do just that. Please, someone help me out on this, lol! I'm going to be doing my research but I had to ask the great forum - I'm sure someone will have a great solution on here, or a piece of software to recommend in order to do this. I will gladly get my company to pay for this piece of software as it would be more than beneficial in the future to use it.