Automating database backup (2 Viewers)

Isaac

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Although I haven't tested it, I was wondering if a simple xcopy command will do without having to create a batch or script file. Just a thinking out loud...
No idea - it totally might, I'd prefer to separate things into scripts that I call, just me personally.
 

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No idea - it totally might, I'd prefer to separate things into scripts that I call, just me personally.
And I was thinking of maybe trying to make it simpler for the OP. A one liner command in the Action box of a Scheduled Task might be easier for them to understand and set up. You know, no extra files to mess with? Just a thought...
 

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And I was thinking of maybe trying to make it simpler for the OP. A one liner command in the Action box of a Scheduled Task might be easier for them to understand and set up. You know, no extra files to mess with? Just a thought...
Sure. Understand.
 

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