Recently I constructed a new backup process that I want to institute globally across all my SQL Server 2005 instances. This backup process will not only backup all the databases I point it towards, but at the same time will script out the backup commands to a single file in the format of F_YYYYMMDD.sql if the backup process is a full database backup or D|T_YYMMDD_HHMMSS.sql if the backup process is a differential (D) or transaction log (T) backup. These script files are then stored in a subfolder under the backup directory on the SQL Server. The process works great, but I only don't want to keep every .sql file. I cant see the need to keep these scripts after 30 days. Is there a way I can automate a file deletion process from within SQL Server?