Thanks for the reply. My clients vhd is dynamic/grow as needed, will I need to run
TeraByte Support wrote:
> Say you reduce the OS by 80G, then you'd slide the VM partition down so
> space before is zero. Resize the VM partition larger. Now you can run
> scripting, mount the VM partition (you can use list hd 0, list hd 1, etc..
> to find the drive and ID), change to that drive, run the "set size vhd"
> (type: help set size vhd) command to adjust the virtual hard drive if you
> have it setup with a size < the new size of the partition. Exit to exit