Re: Moving database to another drive -- Windows 10
Posted by: Ray Yates
Date: August 01, 2017 01:08PM

Peter said, "You moved the data folder, not a database."

Potato Potahto. I used the language that resulted in helpful links when I searched Google.


As far as Remembering Network Service, since this is the first time I've ever seen anyone mention that in any Google or Forum search there was nothing for me to remember.

I did however eventually figure it out. Thank you Peter for pointing me in the right direction.


For Posterity:

1. I right clicked on the C:\...\Data\ folder and Selected Properties -> Security - Advanced and saw the Principal named NETWORK SERVICE

2. In a seperate window I right clicked on the copy E:\MYSQL\Data\ folder and found there was no such setting.

3. I Click the [Add] button, then the Select a principal link and entered the object name NETWORK SERVICE and [OK]

4. I selected NETWORK SERVICE and clicked [edit] and checked Full control [ok]

5. I then repeated all of the original steps and the server started as expected.

I hope this helps someone else someday.
Thanks again Peter.

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