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Accessing SQL Server Management Objects (SMO)

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I want to backup my SQL database programatically.

I have found an article using SMO that will enable me to do this.

However, when I go to add the references to my project, I cannot locate them under the .Net components. I have SQL Server 2008 R2 installed.

Can someone please advise me where I can find the references for SMO?

Thanks in advance.
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this is COM DLL and you find it in "C:\Program Files\Microsoft SQL Server\[SQL version]\SDK\Assemblies"
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