SQL Server 2000 Pasword protect backups
Date: Sun, 15 Feb 2004 16:06:36 -0600
How can I password protect SQL Svr 2000 backups ?
(SQL server help page says "Microsoft® SQL ServerT 2000 supports password
protection for backup media and backup sets". But does not tell how to do
Any help is appreciated.
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