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I have one kerio control 8.5 installed on hyper-v virtual machine manager,the main space of this virtual machine is 20GB,at this time the capacity of my hard drive full, i'am increasing capacity of this machine in hyper-v,but how can extend the space of kerio control ?
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Did you re-start Control after increasing capacity of the VM?

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yes ,

but any change ,didn't happen . . .
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Many thanks.

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