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By Sean Brian,

1) Create a folder on the C: drive of the target server called SP_BAK

2) Change the Database Name below from YourDBName to the name of the target DB

3) Run the statement on the Target DB

4) If XP_cmdshell is blocked, use the statement included to enable it.

5) The output should now show a separate output for each file created.

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