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Move page file on Exchange 2010 Server

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I need to recapture some space on the C: of my exchange box.  Will exchange 2010 be okay with me moving the pagefile to E: It's a virtual server with all partitions on the same disk.
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yes, windows 2008 is easy to move on the fly
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there is no risks involved however you will need to reboot the server for it to take effect
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