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Moving mdb files

Posted on 2007-12-06
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Hi,
i was wondering if you can move your mdb files to a network location? Cause we have a spare server and it can be used by putting the public of priv databases from exchange on it...
thx in advance
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No you cannot move it to network location
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And how do you move the exchange server to an addition server in the domain?
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just install a new Exchange server to the same organization and mvoe the mailboxes using the Exchange tasks wizard
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and if it's on a Samll Business server 2003 SP1, is that ok according to licensing? And is it possible?
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