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How to Move transaction logs location in exchange 2010

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Hi there

I would like to know How do I Move transaction logs location in exchange 2010.

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Question by:ney_santos
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The command move-MailboxDatabase -Name "MailboxDatabase01" -EdbFilePath -LogFolderPath D:\DatabaseFiles\NewLogFolder does not exists.
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can you please paste above command according to your details .
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Try
move-MailboxDatabase -Name "MailboxDatabase01" -EdbFilePath -LogFolderPath D:\DatabaseFiles\NewLogFolder
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Ignore my Post above as it is the same as what santosh has already posted. Please replace the parameters with details relevant to your configuration of exchange 2010
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Try the following link to know more info to fix the issue you are facing.

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb125177.aspx
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Had to use Move-DatabasePath instead of move-MailboxDatabase
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My comment ID:34228339Author:MegaNuk3Date:11/29/10 08:07 AM

Says to use Move-DatabasePath
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@ ney_santos

If you have referred to my initial answer it gives you all information. There is no reason that this question should be deleted.
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SantashMotwoni is correct his link does provide a move-DatabasePath command and should be the Accepted solution to this problem.
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Sorrry guys, I was away for a while. The santoshmotwani answer is the accepted solution.
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