If you are using standard Windows 2003, then you can use the "DiskPart.exe" utility from the Microsoft resource...
Use the "rescan" command at a command prompt with diskpart.exe to allow the OS to see the additional free space for the drive. Then use the "extend size = xxxx" command to extend the disk.
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