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o nooo I didn't know that the backup strategy changes from SQL server 2000 in SQL Server 2005 ...o nooo at least this detail o nooo!

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do you know the new method to make a compressed backup database with SQL2K5
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SQL2K5 doesn't have compressed backups without a third party tool. SQL 2008 will have them in Enterprise Edition.

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