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Backup and Restore Strategies with SQL Server 2000
Prevent data loss with SQL Server 2000. Read this article from Dell to learn ways to use SQL Server to create a backup and restore strategy. Source: Microsoft.com

Designing a Backup and Restore Strategy
The best database administrators are prepared in case disaster strikes. To avoid losing valuable data, have a disaster recovery plan in place.

Microsoft SQL Server 2000 How to Setup Log Shipping
This white paper is for Database Administrators who have never used Log Shipping before and are interested in exploring Log Shipping as a strategy for disaster recovery. If you want to download a self-extracting executable file that contains a Microsoft Word version of this paper, click here.

INF: Disaster Recovery Articles for Microsoft SQL Server
Microsoft Knowledge Base Article: 307775 - SQL Server has several Knowledge Base articles about disaster recovery. Refer to the appropriate version of SQL Server to see what disaster recovery articles are available for tha version

 

Support WebCast: Microsoft SQL Server 2000: Understanding Backup and Restore
This Support WebCast will discuss Microsoft SQL Server database files, the different kinds of database backup options that are available in SQL Server 2000, and some of the factors to consider when you design a backup strategy. It will talk about best practices for backing up and restoring database files. It will review some case studies and talk about how to troubleshoot problems with backup and restore operations

 

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