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Posted - 07/07/2002 :  18:52:19  Show Profile  Visit AskSQLTeam's Homepage  Reply with Quote
This article expands on the following two Microsoft Knowledge Base Articles:
INF: Moving SQL Server Databases to a New Location with Detach/Attach (Q224071) and
INF: How to Move, Copy, and Back Up Full-Text Catalog Folders and Files (Q240867). Whilst these articles focus on moving the actual database files and full text catalogs, what happens if you want to move ALL the on disk structures associated with a SQL Server installation from one drive to another on the same server? On a 24/7 production server where minimising downtime is imperative how can we move the folder structures, SQL Error log and SQL Agent log to a new drive?

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