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Do I need to use a separate shared folder for each database I log ship?  What about the local data folder on the other side?
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Marten Rune earned 500 total points
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You need a share all involved servers can access. The local files is not an issue outside of the SQL Instances.
It can be a single share for all the databases.

Regards Marten
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