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Move Sharepoint database from one partition to another on same server.

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I have Small Business Server 2003 drive c: is only 12 GB where drive z: 150 GB and is mostly empty. So, my question is how do I move the Sharepoint Database from Partition C: to Partition z:

I have little experience with this so a step by step answer would be greatly appreciated.

Thank You.
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There is a global document describing this

Moving Data Folders for Windows Small Business Server 2003
http://download.microsoft.com/download/1/1/6/11671e4d-fb21-489c-870f-db36fd21a7d2/SBS_MoveDataFolders.DOC

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Thank you for such a prompt answer. I will be trying the step by step instructions provided in the link tomorrow and I will let you know how I make out.

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The link provided answered my question exactly and taught me a few new tricks in addition. Alson since I was moving the sharepoint database files because the c: drive was full. I appreciated the the turorial that showed how to move other files.

Thank You for your answer.
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