Getting good comprehensive backups has been a challenge. The bigger picture though has been the fact that many administrators don't understand how to properly backup a complete SharePoint site.ÃÂ
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We have a sharepoint and using sql 2008r2 server. We found that everyday it backup to a folder spbrXXXX where XXXX is a serial #. It also has a xml document that track its backup. In each of these folders is a butch of bak file. When
I check the sharepoint admin site, it said it is backing up everyday to this folder. How can i remove those folders that are more than 2 weeks? I need to have a way to control this folder from continuously growing. Our sharepoint is only
a few weeks old and the folder is 36Gig big already.
I want to build multi-language website in asp.net 2008 and asp.net 2010. So, which process is better for building application? Using either Local and Global Resource or New Folder to make separate according to language?
Application performance should be good and also easy manageable.
Please suggest me in which way I will build the application either using resource or folder. If there is any other better solution then please share.
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