|I found my answer. |
I used iSCSI protocol on my NAS software to create a local drive on the server. Microsoft has developed iSCSI support for Server 2003 and installed it. After about an hour of cursing, I got the server to find the new drive. I converted it to dynamic and formatted the drive. I was able to test send images and it wrote to the new "drive" perfectly. It's a tad slower then the locals, but that is expected. Honestly, I don't think they will notice.
The age of the hardware already made the system slow, so it really is not noticable to end users.