How to take MSSQL database backup from WebsitePanel?

We strongly recommend you to take the backup of your database on regular basis.


Following are the steps to generate MSSQL database backup from WebsitePanel:

  1. Login to WebsitePanel.

  2. Navigate to your user.

  3. Select the database type SQL Server 2008.

    Select SQL Server Option from WebsitePanel


  4. Click on the database name for which you want to generate the backup e.g. accu_test_DB.

    Click on MSSQL Database Name which You Need to Take Backup


  5. Expand the Maintenance Tools option, click on Backup button.

    Click on Backup Button


  6. Here, you will find the below mentioned options:

    • Backup File Name: You can specify the name of the backup file.
    • Backup Options: If you want the backup of the database in ZIP format then check this option otherwise leave it unchecked.
    • Backup Destination: If you want to download the backup in your local system then select the option 'Download via HTTP'. If you want to download the backup in the hosting space then select the second option 'Copy to Folder', here you have to select the path where you want to download the backup.


    Specify Backup Details and Proceed Further


  7. After selecting the required options, click on the Backup button.

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