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Setting up backups

I have a database on a shared SQL 2K Server. I need to setup the server
to backup my database, and write the file to a remote NT server (using
a share).

How do I go about this? What permissions would my SQL Server account
require? How can I specify login information for SQL Server to access
the share?

Any good "how to" articles that can walk me through this?

Thx

Bijoy

Jul 23 '05 #1
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1. Make sure the MSSQL service is running under a domain account - see
"Setting up Windows Services Accounts" in Books Online
2. Give that domain account write access to the share where you're
going to put the backups
3. Test the backup:

backup database MyDB to disk = '\\server\share\folder\mydb.bak'

If you're using the Database Maintenance Wizard, see this KB article:

http://support.microsoft.com/default...b;en-us;555128

Simon

Jul 23 '05 #2

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