My client gave me command line installer for SQL Server. Since it is command line there is no option to select the installation path! So installer automatically chooses the default location
C:\Program Files (x86) drive for installation.
I would like to move all the installed bit from
C:\Program Files (x86) drive to to other drive. Can I cut and paste the SQL folders from drive and map the new location in Management Studio?
The below link says that SQL Server is dependent on C: drive. Installing SQL Server on not the default path
Requirement: I am using Azure VMs and attached extra drives. I want to make sure my SQL Server to be stable in case OS drive get corrupted.