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Using NetBackup for SQL Server Performing restores with a multi-NIC connection

you can select the current master server by choosing File > Set NetBackup client properties.

If the server is not in the server list of the destination host—perhaps, because the server machine is remote or has access limitations—then you must duplicate the images onto removable media (with a unique id), transport that media to the master server used by the destination host, and import the images to that server. After the images have been imported, continue with the instructions for performing a move.

Performing restores with a multi-NIC connection

To perform restores with a multi-NIC connection, you need to specify the public name of the SQL Server host in the SQL Server connection properties dialog box. You also need to provide both the SQL Server host name and the private interface name in the Backup History Options dialog box.

To perform restores

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Open the NetBackup for SQL Server interface. Choose File > Set SQL Server connection properties. In the Host box, specify the public name of the SQL Server host (SQLHOST). Click OK. Choose File > Restore SQL Server objects. In the SQL Host box, specify the primary (or NetBIOS) name.

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