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Exchange 2010 EDB and Log files

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Exchange 2010 EDB and Log files

I am trying to fine where the path is for EDB and Log files in Exchange 2010.
We have 2 Exchange 2010 servers members of a DAG.

Mailboxes and logs are all in the SAN storage, but cannot see the physical path for each mailbox database and the associated log files.

Any help will be very much appreciated.

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If you run the Exchange Management Console under server configuration - mailbox  you should see the path
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Exchange Powershell

Get-MailboxDatabase -Status | select ServerName,Name,DatabaseSize,EdbFilePath,LogFolderPath
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<<If you run the Exchange Management Console under server configuration - mailbox  you should see the path >>

I do not see the path...
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It worked ...Thanks
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