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I have 50 GB of files on an iServer that was copied onto an external hardrive. What is the best way to copy these files onto a Seagate NAS Server. The external HD is plugged into the USB and appears as a drive. Should I use xcopy is DOS or can I drag and drop in windows SP?
Hi, Greg. After an upgrade from SQL Server 2000 to SQL Server 2005, the application team would now like to go back to SQL Server 2005 without data loss. We have built a new SQL Server 2000 instance for them, but now need to get the user databases copied over or restored. What is the best way to...
When I try to copy files from an XP machine in my network, I often get access denied on certain files, but not others even though those folders are marked shared. It seems that some attribute is set on some files and not others. I've asked this question to more than 100 people, and nobody has...