Process to Move Logs in Exchange 2010

Posted on 2011-02-14
Last Modified: 2012-05-11
Please tell me the process to move logs in Exchange 2010. Backup has been completed.
Question by:Vanderbilt2008
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by:Neil Russell
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If a FULL backup has been completed correctly then your logs will have been cleared down.
What backup process are you running?

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windows backup minus the system state backup. Sorry for the lack of details. I had one customer in a remote session, another emailing me and another on the phone. I should've waited to post the request for assistance. The send connector stopped working because the server's hd space on the volume with the exchange server got below 4M. The backup committed the log information and freed up some hd space. The client's log file location was never moved to the bigger volume. What is the process in Exchange 2010 to move those log files to the new bigger volume? I realize more and more is being done with the power shell but I prefer the gui instructions if it can be done in gui. Thanks in advance.

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I answered my own question due to lack of answers from other members.

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