Question: I would like to create a copy of our Live database for testing purposes. I have been told using the Restore Database is the best option for creating a copy of a database in SQL Server 2000. I am a little nervous because I have not used this option before and I don't want to make any changes to the original database. Could anyone offer the exact steps to take?
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