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how to change audit log files of " C2 audit" in SQL 2005

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by default it is going to this database folder:
G:\Microsoft SQL Server\MSSQL.1\MSSQL\Data

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Theres no way to change C2 audit mode files location from the instance data directory. 
You can change the default location of the data directory by using the Server Properties dialog Database Settings page.

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