How to setup NT Backup and how to check it has run successfully at the end of the day

Can you tell me how to setup NT backup on server 2000 and how do I make sure it has ran successfully at the end of the day.
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herbusCommented:
NTBackup is wizard-driven so it's pretty straight-forward.  Go to START, then RUN and type "ntbackup" or start it from the System Tools menu... check out this article... http://support.microsoft.com/kb/300135

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herbusCommented:
Oh and there is a report in the tools menu to check on job status... this is a useful article if you want to store more logs and/or keep them in a specific folder for checking/reporting... http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx/kb/241162
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