exchange, vss

I need to make changes on my c drive regarding vss. to no limit.( please find image attached)

once I make changes, do I need downtime or restart of my exchange server
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pramod1Asked:
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RoninCommented:
no
pramod1Author Commented:
so no reboot is required?
RoninCommented:
no

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pramod1Author Commented:
my last question :if the vss is disabled on c drive making it to no limit can help us as we are having vss backup failures
RoninCommented:
If you're trying to resolve the vss backup failures in this approach, that's not correct. Highly-likely it has nothing to do with it.
pramod1Author Commented:
full back up is failing (VSS failures) unable to access snap shot

but incremental backups are successful
pramod1Author Commented:
can it be related to drive capacity
RoninCommented:
Can be anything ....
My best friend are logs. I absolutely love them. All kind of them - Event, Debug, etc, etc ....
Do you get the point?
RoninCommented:
If this is for Exchange I have previously mentioned to switch the database to circular and back. Have you done this?
pramod1Author Commented:
yes thank you
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