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Moving Exchange 2000 db's

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I have read all of the threads on moving the exchange db's, It looks pretty straight forward I have only twoquestions.  Do I have to turn off the exchange services before moving the db's, and also do I move both the database and the streaming database at the same time or separately?

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Jaime
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Do them separately, but one after the other. Don't stop anything - Exchange does everything for you.

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I'm thinking of moving over only the public store db's, for now and moving the private stores and another time, would this cause any problems?
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Nope. As long as you move both parts of the store you can have public and private stores in different locations. On very high traffic servers I do this as a matter of course.

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thank you for your help, if i move the public stores during operating hours here will it freeze up the outlook clients here in the office?
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It is a downtime job, whether you are moving public or private stores. Outlook uses the public folder store to hold information - free/busy is the major one, so you will have to schedule the time.

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Hello and thanks for all your answers, I completed the task sucessfully yesterday night on both the public and private stores.

Thanks again.
Jaime
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