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file name with current date

By masoodsharif ·
Hi all,

I just want to store my backup file with current date i.e

backup18082008.bkf

how to do this in windows.

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A little more information?

by 1bn0 In reply to file name with current da ...

might entice someone to give a response.

OS (version of Windows)?
Backup Application?
Data being backed up ?
Backup schedule?
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Windows 2003

by masoodsharif In reply to A little more information ...

Windows 2003 Server Enterprise

ntbackup

application data

no backup schedule

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Here's how.

by Bizzo In reply to file name with current da ...

To do this from a batch file, you'll need to determine what you want backing up and how.

I'm assuming you have the command line you can run which will backup your data to a file, say backup.bkf? If not, the switches can be found here:

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/814583

The following batch file will then rename the file backup.bkf to include today's date:


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@echo off

Rem Insert your command line to call ntbackup to create a backup.bkf file here

for /F "tokens=1-4 delims=/ " %%A in ('date/t') do (
set DateDay=%%A
set DateMonth=%%B
set DateYear=%%C
)

set CurrentDate=%DateDay%%DateMonth%%DateYear%

If exist backup.bkf rename backup.bkf backup%CurrentDate%.bkf


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nothing happened

by masoodsharif In reply to Here's how.

i use this script but nothing happened.
please make it clear. step by step if possible

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