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SQL Logon Account User Name

If SQL Server Authentication is being used, enter the logon account that stores the credentials of the SQL user account. You do not need to provide a user name and password if integrated security is being used. See “SQL Server privileges” on page 42 for more information on standard and integrated security. See “SQL Server privileges” on page 42.

SQL Logon Account Password

Indicate the password associated with logon account.

SQL Redirection

To redirect this restore to a named instance, type the name of the server and the instance name, in the format “server_name instance_name”. For example, aj civolus.

If you are redirecting the default instance, type the name of the server, in the format “server_name”. For example, aj.

Restore to Database

To redirect the restore to a different database on the target server, type the target database name; otherwise, leave the field blank.

You can redirect a full database backup to a different server and/or database; however, if the drive configuration is different from when the database backup was created, you must select either Alternate drive for restoring database files or select Restore all database files to the target instance’s data location on the Microsoft SQL Server tab. See “Restore options” on page 156.

If you are restoring a differential or log backup, and the associated database backup was restored to a different server, enter the new database name.



Redirect Microsoft SQL Server sets

Select this checkbox to enable redirection of SQL backup sets.

Restore options for redirected restores

Table 9-15

Restores options on the Microsoft SQL Server Redirection tab


Other applications of NetBackup for SQL Server Using NetBackup to restore SQL Server from Backup Exec images

Specifying the server, client, and policy type

In order to browse for backups of SQL databases backed up by Backup Exec, you must first specify the server containing the backup images, the client that performed the backups, and the type of policy associated with the backups.

To choose the server, client, and policy type

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Choose File > Specify NetBackup Machines and Policy Type. In the Specify NetBackup Machines and Policy Type dialog box, from the

Server to use for backups and restores list, select the desired server.

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