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SQL 2005 Two Engines on Server Mgmt Studio

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I've got two Database Engines inside a single Server Mgmt Studio.  How can I move data from one database engine to the other?
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Using the Import and Export Wizard. Right click on database=> Tasks=> Import Or Export  and follow the friendly steps
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