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Proper process for doing a offline defrag of exechange database

Posted on 2006-10-27
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I am going to be doing an offline defrag of exechange and was wondering if there was any gotchas.  Anyone have a proper set of directions for doing this?  Which drive should I make sure that there is proper space on it to run this.  Should it be on the same drive that the database is stored?  Thanks
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David Lee earned 500 total points
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Hi mkurtzhals,

This question really needs to be in the Exchange topic area, not Outlook.  Although you might get an answer here it's far more likely you'll get one if the question is in the Exchange section.  You can post a request in the Support area asking an administrator to move the question.

Cheers!
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