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In Exchange 2007 Management Console, where can I find the location of where the Exchange log files & database files are stored?

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In Exchange 2007 Management Console, where can I find the location of where the Exchange log files & database files are stored?
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under server configuration click the server and you should be able to see the properties of each database below.
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Expand Server Configuration Click on Mailbox > Database Management ,
You will find First Storage Group > Mailbox Database alongwith the database path mentioned in front  of it , right click mailbox database > properties > General tab you will find the complete database path where the database is located for example :
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Database Path : D:\Program Files\Microsoft\Exchange Server\Mailbox\First Storage Group\Mailbox Database.edb

To Know the Log path
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Expand Server Configuration Click on Mailbox > Database Management ,
Right Click First Storage Group > Properties  > General Tab
you will find the complete path for the Logs for example :
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Log path : D:\Program Files\Microsoft\Exchange Server\Mailbox\First Storage Group

 Database Path Log Path
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