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Want to take the back up on Dell MD1000 storage device from Dell R150 server.

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I have a Dell R150 exchange server and also Dell MD1000 as the storage. Both of them are configured properly and I can see the MD1000 space on the server too. Well I want to know how can you transfer data from server to the storage.
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I don't understand the question. The MD1000 is a DAS so you can cut and paste the same as with any drive. Are you asking how to move your Exchange databases?
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I got it my self
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