In our previous article listed below, we have learned how to create a Long term retention backup of an Azure SQL Database which lasts for 10 years.
In this article, let see how to restore the backup taken as part of Long term retention backup. Navigate to the SQL Servers for which you have configured the Long Term retention backup as shown below.
The essentials blade lists all the databases associated with the selected logical SQL Server as shown below.
Click on the required database. In your case, there might be multiple databases. You need to choose the right database that you would like to restore.
Now, click on Restore button as shown in the above screen capture.
In the above Restore blade, click on the Long-term tab to choose the required settings. Below are the settings that…
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