I have a few SQL databases I'd like to setup scheduled backups for in Enterprise manager (V8) of SQLSERVER 2000 (I believe, it's on a SBS 2003 server)
When I set up the backups I get a warning that SQLSERVERAGENT service must be running for the scheduled backups to run.
I'd like to do this but my concern is that there is limited space on the C drive of this server and I don't want a bunch of new log files filling up the drivespace. Is this something I should be concerned with?
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