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How do I move exchange 2010 store to another partition?

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I recently installed Exchange 2010 and I want to move the store/logs to a secondary partition.

It's not live yet. There's only two mailboxes.

Thanks
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MichaelVH earned 500 total points
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Hi there!

in the Exchange Management Console, under Organization Management, right-click the database and then click "Move Database path".

That's it :-)
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Awesome.. thanks!
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