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exchange server manager.msc failed to snap in

Posted on 2006-07-19
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i've moved my email database to another drive. all has worked well until i started to move other files to the new drive, and now i cant use the exchange server manager.msc
although i do still get emails......

any suggestions??


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Jamie McKillop earned 500 total points
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Run Exchange setup from the installation CD, remove the management tools then reinstall them.

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How exactly did you move the Exchange database files, and what other files did you try to move?

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by:Benyaw
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i moved the database files by changing the path in the mailbox store then it moves the data..
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