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Hello,
I have just installed Exchange 2003 on a W2K3 server and wanted to put the database on another drive as opposed to the C drive but didnt seem to get the option of putting the d/base anywhere else. Can anyone tell me when that option should of arised and is there a way of moving it once it is all installed?

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open the Exchange system manager, then expand ur server, expand 1st storage group then right click the store u want to move and properties.

on the database tab click browse, choose what u want and here we go.
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Thanks for that. Sorry for my ignorance but how do you remount the databases manually???
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in the database properties check on "Do not mount this store at startup" this will make it not mounted automatically and then you can right click on it and click mount store.

MG.
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