Exchange SP2 and 16GB limit


We have a SBS2003 SP1 with exchange SP2 we have followed all the instructions for increasing the public stores past the original 16GB limit and adjusted the registry settings but it keeps dismounting the stores at 18GB

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Chris DentPowerShell DeveloperCommented:

The default is 18 which implies that it's either not seeing the registery value or it's in the wrong place or wrong format.

It take it the value you've created is DWord and send considerably above 18? Then restarted the information store?

networkfishAuthor Commented:
The information store is set to 25GB and has been restarted


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networkfishAuthor Commented:
Yep read that first
networkfishAuthor Commented:
Re applied the service pack and it has fixed it not sure what that was about!

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