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Transaction Log Shipping\Applying

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Hi,
We recently installed SQL Server 2005 ( call it Server A) and created few databases on it. We would like to setup a DR server in a remote location for these databases. The plan is to,
1) Create another SQL Server 2005 (server B) in the remote location.
2) take a backup of the databases from A, restore them on B
3) After that backup and ship the transaction logs for each database from server A to server B every night.

Being new to all this , what i am looking for is detailed STEPS/Screen shots , suggestion in achieving Step 3.

regards..

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This article is quite good: http://www.sql-server-performance.com/articles/clustering/log_shipping_70_p1.aspx

(In fact, it's a great site if you haven't been there)
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