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exchange 2007 cmdlet to move storage group

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What cmdlet(s) will do the below. I need to move the first storage group and mail box store to another directory

d: \Exchange Server\Mailbox\First Storage Group(default location)
Need to move first storage group and mail box store to another directory d: \Exchange Server\Mailbox\temp\ (new location) then clear the above dir
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many variables to consider, explained within this document..
same server, different server for example..

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa997006(EXCHG.65).aspx
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To move the storage group through cmdlet
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Move-StorageGroupPath -Identity "First Storage Group" -LogFolderPath:"D:\Exchange Server\Mailbox\temp" -SystemFolderPath:"D:\Exchange Server\Mailbox\temp"

To move the mailbox store through cmdlet
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Move-DatabasePath -Identity "Exchange 2007 server name\First Storage Group\Mailbox Database"
-EdbFilePath "D: \Exchange Server\Mailbox\temp\Mailbox Database.edb"
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