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Exchange 2010 make dismounted copy

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I have 2 Databases in exchange 2010 one is mounted and other is dismounted, how i can make a copy from the dismounted Database? if use copy paste in the edb file I'm affecting my exchange? (send and received email)
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You can copy the edb file of the dismounted database to other location and it will not affect the exchange server.
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You can make a copy, thats fine. But the question is why do you want to make a copy of the database?
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copying the edb won't do any harm
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