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Posted on 2008-11-09
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hey folks

i have setup some backup schedules to run on my MSSQL 2000 installation.
I havent managed to find how to edit or delete these schedules.
server is Win XP.

can anyone help?

thanks!
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Open the Enterprise Manager and connect to the SQL server go SQL Agent/jobs there you have to open the job to modify the schedule...
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wow - thanks for the quick and accurate answer,
extra points awarded due to swift reply!!
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