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howto properly backup and restore sharepoint 2.0

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we are going to upgrade sharepoint 2.0 to 3.0 , unfortunatly  gradual upfgrade option is not available (because we use MSDE database) . what is the proper method of backup and restore for sharepoint 2.0 ? I don't want to take any risks by running in-place upgrade. atleast need to be sure about a
proper recovery option....

I googled this but couldn't find a 100% solution. Please reply if you have done this before.
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There are couple of ways of backing up your Sharepoint Farm
Using the Central Admin Backup and Restore
Using the STSADM feature
here are couple of links you can refer
http://geekswithblogs.net/redwards/archive/2007/10/26/116365.aspx
http://www.slideshare.net/joeloleson/sharepoint-upgrade-wss-20-to-wss-30-and-sps-2003-to-moss-2007-by-joel-oleson-and-shane-young-presentation

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