Andy - I really think Moodle administrators are better served by thinking of their backups as a 3 step process. Backup code, database, and data files. I would recommend using MySQL Administrator to backup the database to a sql file. Then you can use whatever tools you normally would use to backup the Moodle code and Moodle data files. With those three pieces you can avoid doing an individual course backup. If you need to restore an individual course I would create a separate Moodle installation, restore everything and then copy and move things as needed from the test installation to the production site. Peace - Anthony
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