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Sql script hi, i need script for automatic database backup for sql server2005.and that script must be copy that database and stored it in a seperate folder with daily backup date.that folder is in another server. i need script for above doing all.i need it very urgent so help me.thanks in advance...............

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The best way to accomplish your task is to Start SQL Management Studio. Go to Management, there you will see Maintanence Plans. When you create a new maintanence plan there is a wizard that will walk you through eveything. (What, where and when to backup). Maintanence plans can also do much more like DBCC (consistancy checks) log truncation and more.

If you're backing up to a folder on another server, just make sure the folder is shared.

Hope that helps.


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