Validating the destination file paths exchange 2016

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For example, Exchange can be installed in C drive, Database can be stored in D drive and Logs can be stored in E drive.Here, I will move both database and logs to D drive, but you get the idea right? ***Note: – The database will be dismounted temporarily during the transfer so not a good idea to perform this task in live environment.For example, we want to view the location of Database named “Mailbox Database 2018660615”.Type, Get-Mailbox Database “Mailbox Database 2018660615” | fl Name, *path* in EMS as shown below.Validation attributes are attributes you can add to parameters when writing a Power Shell function (for an excellent introduction see this 4sysops blog post by Adam Bertram). Error: "The given path's format is not supported." At line:1 char:19 Invoke-Task -Path CC:\Users ~~~~~~~~~ Category Info : Invalid Data: (:) [Invoke-Task], Parameter Binding Argument Transformation Exception Fully Qualified Error Id : Parameter Argument Transformation Error, Invoke-Task Invoke-Task -Path C:\Folder That Does Not Exist Invoke-Task : Cannot validate argument on parameter 'Path'. At line:1 char:19 Invoke-Task -Path C:\Users ~~~~~~~~ Category Info : Invalid Data: (:) [Invoke-Task], Parameter Binding Validation Exception Fully Qualified Error Id : Parameter Argument Validation Error, Invoke-Task Invoke-Task -Path C:\Users\Invoke-Task : Cannot validate argument on parameter 'Path'.Of the eight available validation attributes, the most useful for this use case would be the parameter. File or folder does not exist At line:1 char:19 Invoke-Task -Path C:\Folder That Does Not Exist ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Category Info : Invalid Data: (:) [Invoke-Task], Parameter Binding Validation Exception Fully Qualified Error Id : Parameter Argument Validation Error, Invoke-Task Invoke-Task -Path C:\Users Invoke-Task : Cannot validate argument on parameter 'Path'. The file specified in the path argument must be either of type msi or exe At line:1 char:19 Invoke-Task -Path C:\Users\~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Category Info : Invalid Data: (:) [Invoke-Task], Parameter Binding Validation Exception Fully Qualified Error Id : Parameter Argument Validation Error, Invoke-Task Validating file and folder paths is essential because otherwise your Power Shell script might produce unexpected and unwanted results.In the example below, the script can't create the folder if the user enters illegal characters for folder names.

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This ensures that the server bound license is linked to your specific server.

Refreshing Licenses In the licensing dialog you will see the licenses that pertain to your system.

At some point, you might want to transfer your Mailbox database and/or Log folder to new location.

In Exchange 2013 you can use Move-Database Path Power Shell cmdlet in Exchange Management Shell to move the database. In this post, I will show steps to move database and log folder path in Exchange 2013 using Power Shell cmdlet in EMS.

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