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Video: Restoring Databases with SQL Server Management Studio

I'm very excited to release this latest video - as it helps bring the entire 'backup and recovery' series full-circle by presenting an overview of what typical (and not-so-typical) restore operations look like with SQL Server Management Server.

In this video you'll learn how to both test your database backups as part of your disaster recovery plan, as well as how to restore and recover your SQL Server 2005 and 2008 databases in the case of a disaster.


Video Length: 12:52
Video Summary: In this how-to video, you'll learn how to test your backups as part of your disaster recovery plan in order to make sure that you can easily recover in the case of an emergency. To accomplish this, you'll learn how to use SQL Server Management Studio in coordination with the MSDB's history tables to easily populate recovery options, and then you'll see how to manually restore databases as well - and learn how to recover should an error or problem happen along the way.


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