Today some architecture changes were scheduled to occur in the evening. I wanted to adjust or disable backup jobs that could be affected. I have some 50 SQL servers. I needed to know when the backups were to start on each server. I found a nice script at http://www.mssqltips.com/tip.asp?tip=1622to do that for a single server. For multiple servers I organized my SSMS “Registered Servers” as seen in the picture. My 50+ servers are organized by SQL Version and by production status. I can now right-click on “2000 ALL” (hilited blue), choose “New Query” and a query window opens up. Look closely at the bottom of your query window and you’ll see something like: “Connected 11/11”. This would say that your window is ready to query 11 of the 11 servers listed in the folder that you right-clicked on. Next, I ran the query I got from MsSQLtips and voila!… i have the backup schedule for all my 2000 SQL servers!