Saturday, February 2, 2013

SQL Server Disaster Recovery poster

You need to be registered with SQL Server Magazine to download the poster written by Paul Randel as a free PDF and you’ll also be sent one in the mail. The poster has links to a page with more explanations on our website.

Check it out at http://www.sqlmag.com/whitepaper/sql-server/sql-server-disaster-recovery-step-step-145134

Something to note,

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7 comments:

  1. Hello, I would like to ask that what are the benefits of sql training, what all topics should be covered and it is kinda bothering me ... and has anyone studies from this course wiziq.com/course/125-comprehensive-introduction-to-sql of SQL tutorial online?? or tell me any other guidance...
    would really appreciate help... and Also i would like to thank for all the information you are providing on sql.

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  2. Thanks for sharing the recovery guide. I would like also to suggest you a third party utility, with the help of this software we can recover your data in few minutes. Website offering free version also. visit the urls to get more information.

    http://www.recoverydeletedfiles.com/sql-database-recovery-software.html


    Thanks

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  3. There are a lot of third party SQL Server data recovery programs available in the market to repair and recover lost data from damaged sql database: http://www.mannatsoftware.com/stellar-phoenix-sql-server-recovery.html

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  4. To repair corrupt MS SQL server database file, you can use more effective software, you can download an affordable software, SQL Database Recovery Tool. This software recover all tables, stored procedure, functions, views, rules, triggers and associated Primary Key, Unique keys, data types & all other components.

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  5. SQL Database Recovery is a finest solution to recover your database present in damaged or corrupted MDF file. This tool is primarily developed for technical as well non-technical users.

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  6. Recover all your SQL server database tables, views, triggers, stored procedures, user defined functions, rules and indexes from the corrupted MS SQL database. You

    can try this tool from here :- http://www.pcrecoveryutility.com/sql-database-recovery.html

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