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exchange 2007 move database path to recovered database

Posted on 2015-01-12
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I have restored an Exchange 2007 database and put it on a new drive. I want to change the database and log file location in EMC. It appears all I can do it move the database. How can I just change the location in EMC to the recovered database?
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You have to do it using ADSIEDIT. You can follow http://support.microsoft.com/kb/556065 for storage group and For database : right mailbox store => Properties => msexchedbfile. Also select database can be overwritten by a restore in the mailbox store properties.
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I see where to change the database in adsiedit but not the log file location
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