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Copying a SQL2000 DB to SQL Server 2005

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I know this is a simplistic question. I cannot fine anything about this and BOL is unhelpful.

I'm not an admin, but my boss tossed this to me anyway.

Thanks for any help you may offer.

-Bob
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Take a FULL database backup, then restore it on the SQL 2005 server.  

Do you have access to the 2000 backups?  Are you able to create databases on the 2005?
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It was already copied without my knowledge.

Thank for your advice.
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