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Error Mounting Exchange Store

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When I try to mount an exchange store I get the following error. "Error c1041724"

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/294318 says diskspace.

This is a SBS 2003 Server with a 56GB Exchange Store(Registry changed to 75GBMax). The drive that has this store on it has 3.5GB of space left. Do I need more space? Any other suggestions?

Also the DataBase is in a Clean-Shutdown State.
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Yes, you need more space. Either install another drive on the server and move th exchange store atabase ot it, or swap the existing drive for a larger one.
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