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How Do You Move A Program To The C Drive?

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#1 marjon76


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Posted 11 September 2008 - 10:15 PM

I have a problem.
I need to copy a program (bcp.exe for sql server) to my C drive, since it currently resides in my program files.
How would I move bcp.exe to the C drive? Usually copy and paste works for many things but I guess this isn't one of them.

someone suggested using the cd, but with sql server if I use the cd, other components might get installed.
So I'd greatly appreciate any help.

Thank you

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Posted 11 September 2008 - 10:43 PM

RIGHT click on the name of the program.
Then on the left side of the page, under File and Folder Tasks,
choose Copy or Move.
A menu box will open, navigate through it to find where you want to send it.
Click copy or move.

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