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Moving CompanyWeb data from the C: drive to the D: drive.

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I am running SBS 2003 on logical drive C: (12GB) with the remaining partition D: sized at 56GB.  This was the original configuration from Dell. I have unmounted and remounted the Exchange Data files from C: to D: successfully.  There is only 4.5GB of free space on C: currently.  

To prevent the C: drive from filling up with an expanding CompanyWeb site, how do I move the CompanyWeb data to the D: drive?

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The document at the link provided is a step-by-step (Saved-my-butt, made-my-day) instruction on how to move all the databases that are associated with SBS 2003 and normally found on Drive C: to another partition of your choice.  

Well thought out and conveys the information necessary to prevent SBS 2003 from consuming a limited Drive C: space.

Thank you 'Suppsaws'.
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