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SBS2011, changing default users share

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Setting up a new SBS2011, OS is on a 1TB partition
I have a second partition 5TB
I will be using folder redirection so users data is stored on the server
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On the server what are the steps to change the c:\users\share? right now it's using the 1TB partition
I want to use the 5TB partion

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Use the wizard, do not move it manually.  To do so go to SBS console | backup and server storage | Server storage | on the right: Move users' redirected folders
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