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Exchange 2010 - Database policies - do they exist??

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Running Exchange 2010 here.

I want to create policies to apply to a certain set of my databases, for items like storage limits, maintenance schedule, etc.  Basically all the information you see when you go to a DB properties page.

I could do this in Exchange 2003 no issue.

I just can't seem where to create a policy in Exchange 2010, and then apply that policy to my databases.

I really don't want to manage these settings on each DB separately.  That is prone to human error, and creates a lot of work when changes need to be made.  I have 30 DB's currently.

Anyone know how to do this?
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