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I plan on upgrading my trend micro wfbs server, problem is it creates a folder C:\trend_backup, problem is I have only 1.5gb left on my C drive.  I talked to trend micro and there is no way to redirect this folder to the D partition.  Is there a way I can do a cifs mount or something so I can redirect this folder to someplace else? This is all on a windows 2003 server
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