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FAQ Can Backup 4 Less make a backup of my MS SQL Server?

Yes. Backup 4 Less can perform an automatic backup of your Microsoft SQL Server. The Backup 4 Less Client includes a plug-in for making backups of MS SQL Server databases. An MS SQL Server is constantly operational. Backup 4 Less can perform a backup of the SQL database without interrupting the operational processes, even during the backup window.

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FAQ Do I have to turn off my MS SQL Server when I make a backup?

No. An MS SQL Server is constantly operational. Backup 4 Less can make a backup of the SQL database without interrupting the operational processes, even during the backup window.

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FAQ Are the backups of MS SQL Server databases incremental?

Yes. The backups of MS SQL Server databases are incremental. After an initial, complete backup of the database, only the log file of the database is updated on the Backup Server in the data center. This means that the software is still capable of making a backup of MS SQL Servers of 100 GB, for example, with a very limited Internet connection. In addition, the compression of the backup of MS SQL Server is often very effective.

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FAQ How do I restore an MS SQL Server database?

Restoring an MS SQL Server database using the Backup 4 Less Client is very easy. In the event you loose a database, you can select "Restore Data" for the relevant database and click "Restore". You can then overwrite the original database or create a copy of the database.

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FAQ How does the Backup 4 Less Client verify whether my MS SQL Server backup is complete and accurate?

The Backup 4 Less Client performs a very reliable and extensive check of backups database to avoid the loss of data. For example, the client verifies whether the most recent complete backups and related log file concur. If this is not the case, no consistent restore can be guaranteed and therefore a complete backup of the database will be performed.

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