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Path names - 30.May2004 1:41:00 PM   


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Forgive my silly question but I am new to Exchange. I created a cluster with 2003 OS and Exchange. I renamed all my databases and unfortunately messed one up. I didn't realize this until I populated it with data. Now when I try to run eseutil /d it wont work becase there is a space in the name for the path. Can I somehow get around this, or can I dismount and rename the database without destroying the data?
Please help.
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RE: Path names - 24.Jun.2004 9:46:00 PM   


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Gosh, being new to Exchange and Cluster shouldn't appear in the same sentence. You need to be very very experienced with both Exchange and Clustering before doing both.

Any reason you want to do /d? Have you checked the event log (Event ID 1221) to see how much free space is in these databases. It might not be worth it.

Yes, you can run eseutil with a space in the name. There is a KB article that gives you some information on that specific question, but I can't seem to locate it on my Fave's. Perhaps someone can help that part..

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RE: Path names - 2.Jul.2004 11:51:00 PM   


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You need to enclose the full path name in double quotes.

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