Thursday, 14 October 2010

Deleted Microsoft SQL Database Recovery Case Study

The video will show how we use the File Defragmentation Technique (FDT) to retrieve a accidentally deleted Microsoft SQL database (SQL2000, SQL2005, SQL2008). A comparison on the recovery performance between conventional DR method and FDT will be given too.

(Keyword: Forensic MDF Recovery, SQL Recovery, SQL Deletion Recovery)

7 comments:

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  7. Hi,
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    http://www.fixsqlserver.net/

    Regards
    James

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