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How to copy all the databases from one of the SQL Server to the other SQL Server
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Using the SQL Enterprise Manager you could copy each database one at a time (Tools menu / Database/Object Transfer...). Alternatively, could you not use the Database backup facility??? (I haven't tried this).



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I had tried it and thanks for the answer. We just wanted to transfer database from one server to other and we could do it
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