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creating a Backup.bkf file

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I am trying to use the Windows 2000 Pro utility backup wizard to save a few files on a remote server automatically.  The issue I am having is that when I run the wizard it keeps trying to find a Backup.bkf file.  What is the best way to create this file?
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.bkf is the file that will be created after you do the back up.. here is a link that will help you out

http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;300135&Product=win2000
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one more note..

dont select "backup to a file" option in the wizard.. cos this option will already require a .bkf file.. so you just foloow the wizard and backup the data.. first.. that will create a .bkf file.. then later on.., if you want to add more to the backup.. you can specify " backup to a file" option and select the file that u created in the first step
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