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how to take DataBase Backup from remote server to local system


how to take DataBase Backup from remote server to local system

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vinayak.v
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hi..
i want to take the DB Backup from the
remote server to the local system..
i'm using sql server2008 enterprise edition and the remote server is sql server2008 express
how to do it..

please help me...
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on local machine create shared folder with full permissions..
on remote server take backup
example

backup database model to disk ='\\localmachinename\shared_foldername\model.bak'
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Other Option: use this tool, it will store a fresh BAK file from a remote database to your local harddisk: https://www.fida.org/gc.aspx?p=1001&p1=7
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