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How to move Exchange Server 2016 or 2013 mailbox database and logs to another drive

How to move Exchange Server 2016 or 2013 mailbox database and logs to another drive

One of the things you should always check is that you have enough place to start a migration from an older Exchange Server version to Exchange Server 2013 or 2016. It is considered best practice to have Exchange Database and Logs not on the partition where the Exchange binaries are stored, most of the cases this is also the system partition. In my lab setup I have added two drives and set them to D: and E:. I labeled D as Exchange Database and E as Exchange Logs.

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