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Change drives for SCOM2012 Management Packs

Posted on 2014-01-03
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I have installed SCOM 2012 on C:drive, and imported management packs from the catalog.
During the Import of MP , it did not prompt me where to install MPs, so I have everything on C: drive.

I would like to leave just the application on C: drive, the rest of the data I want it to be in E: drive.

Is there a way to do this task ?

Thank you
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Once the Management Packs are imported in SCOM, they are saved in the Database, so even if you delete them from the Management Server (or the location where you are installing it to), should not make any difference to SCOM as everything is being read from the DB.
You can also extract the Management Packs to any server with lots of space then copy them on the SCOM server, import them and delete once the import is complete. This way you can save a copy of it on the server for future use of the MP.

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Excellent!
I will delete the MPs from C: drive
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