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save .bak with timestamp

Posted on 2009-07-14
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I am trying to save backups of AD / DHCP / DNS with a time stamp so the shared directory on a second server will store multiple backups with the timestamp in the file name for searching ease

will i be able to use %d at the end of the file name and have it print a timestamp in its place?
ie Save  \\backupserver\networkbackup\AD%d.bak
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debuggerau earned 50 total points
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unfortunately not..
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that kinda sucks... thanks for the reply
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