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Arcserve 2000 moving database to other partion

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Hi,

On my fileserver with Windows 2003 server sp1 is Arcserve 2000 installed on the C-partion. The c-partion is almost full, the database is 3,5 GB. I wants to move the database to my E: pation where I have 10 GB of free capacity.

Has anyone an idea how to move this database from Acrserve 2000 from the C-partion to my E-partion , only copying and change the path in the registry does not work.

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Marco Badoux
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You probably want to close this (and save your points) since you have the answer in the other Question you opened.
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