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How to move WSUS database from C to D partition on a Windows 2003 server

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Hi

We have Windows 2003 server and it also out file server and WSUS is hosted on this server.
On the C partition the space  is running out.

So i thought of moving the WSUS database to D drive , so that the C can have some free space
Is there a way to move this or any sugession much appreciated.

Any tutorial will be helpful

Thanks
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