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How to delete scheduled backup.

Posted on 2008-10-28
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I am using SQL Server 2000. I have scheduled a backup by right clicking on the db-->Tasks-->Backup database. Now i want to remove the backup which was scheduled by me. How can i do?
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Its under maintenance plans

Sorry I don't have access to a SQL 2000 box anymore (all 2005 or 2008) so I can't tell you which menu its under... but i'm sure you'll find it
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I have it under maintenance plan also. Because of that now i am getting two backups every day.
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Hmmm maybe you scripted it... check under control panel - scheduled tasks... you can start the process via a command script... so maybe its in there (doubt it tho)

Also try a command prompt and type "at" this will display any AT based scheduled tasks
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it is not there in scheduled task.
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