Disable Exchange 2007 Database Copy

Posted on 2010-11-15
Last Modified: 2012-06-21

We acquired a single Exchange 2007 server with Database Copy already enabled where a second copy of the database is maintained to another path on the same server.  There are only 25 users on the server, so we don't see a need to have this enabled, and we take a snapshot of the server to an Ext HDD every morning anyhow.  We are not sure how to disable Database Copy.  Please help.

Question by:miket71
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by:Vipin Vasudevan
ID: 34137536
YOu can Do it from ESM by disabling LCR and manually removing dtabase(copy) from the local path

Please refer below link hich will help you to remove LCR

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miket71 earned 0 total points
ID: 34137539
It was easier than we thought.  Highlight First Storage Group, then click Disable Local Replication at the pane to the right side.

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by:Vipin Vasudevan
ID: 34148960
That good that you found it easy!

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ID: 34182464
The solution was on the same screen as where we wanted to make the change.  We found it after posting the question.

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