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Walk-through 1 : Configuring SQL Server Backup

Before backing up a database , you need configure SQL Server instance and Backup device at first.
This walk-through will show you:
  • How to add a SQL Server instance to be backed up
  • How to add a backup device
  • Steps : 1, 2, 3, 4

Walk-through 2 : Backing up MS SQL Server database

After configured SQL Server instance and Backup device , it time to begin to back up a database.
This walk-through will show you:
  • How to back up a SQL Server database.
  • How to define the job options (Backup type , strategy , compression , expiration settings .etc)
  • How to start a sql server backup job

Walk-through 3 : Scheduling a backup job

After you have created a backup job, you can schedule this backup job now.
This walk-through will show you:

  • How to define backup strategy
  • How to create a full backup schedule
  • How to create a differential backup schedule
  • How to a transaction log backup schedule
  • How to check job reports

Steps : 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6

Walk-through 4 : Restore SQL Server database

If a database fails , and you have backed up this database with SQL Server Backup, you can restore the database to the point of failure.

This walk-through will show you:

Walk-through 5 : Log shipping between two SQL Servers

If you paln to set up , maintain a standby server, you can create log shipping job for your database.
This walk-through will show you:

Walk-through 6 : Using command line to run a job (for v8 later)

If you are using SQL Server Backup v 7 , please click here
To integrate SQL Server Backup to other production batch jobs , you can use command line to start a pre-defined job. Following command line format is for SQL Server Backup v8 or later , Please make sure you are using a latest version of SQL Server Backup product.

The command line format as following:

{installation directory}\SQLServerBackup.exe

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