SQL Server Recovery Manager





SysTools SQL Server Recovery Manager
A Compact Solution to Manage SQL Server Databases

(Average Rating 4.5 Based on 73 Reviews)
  • Recover & Export SQL Database: Primary (MDF), Secondary (NDF), and Backup (BAK) Files
  • Analyze SQL Server LOG database transactions
  • Export MDF, LDF, and BAK Files into SQL Server Located on Network
  • Effective Tool to Export Table Data from SQL Database Files to CSV
  • Allow to Export Decrypted Data into SQL Server Present in Same Network
  • Recover Deleted SQL Database Objects like Tables, Views Stored Procedures, Functions
  • Software Shows Deleted Data in Red Color before Exporting
  • Support Unicode Stored Procedures, Triggers, Views, Functions of all SQL Server Versions
  • Scan, recover & Export database from corrupt SQL Server Backup File
  • Permit to Reset SA and SQL User Password from SQL master.mdf file
  • Allow to Remove Encryption From SQL Server Database
  • Recover Data from all Database Files : master.mdf/.ndf/.bak/.ldf etc.
  • Support to Recover Differential Backup (.bak)Files of SQL Server
  • Supported SQL Server Versions : 2019, 2017, 2016, 2014, 2012, 2008 R2, 2008, 2005, 2000

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Significant Features Of The SQL Server Recovery Manager

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Recover SQL Server Database

The SQL Server management toolkit offers you the option to recover corrupt database files. You can open and recover both SQL Primary Database(MDF) file as well as Secondary Database (NDF)file. Also, the tool can recover deleted Tables, Stored Procedures, Functions, Triggers, etc.

Analyze SQL Server Logs

Analyze Complete Log Database

Process an intact SQL Server Log database file & perform its analysis. All INSERT, DELETE, & UPDATE transactions carried out on the corresponding database can be viewed and analyze with the management toolkit.

Restore SQL Server Backup

Restore Single / Multiple Backup

The backup recovery module of SQL Server manager allows you to load and restore a corrupt or healthy SQL Server database backup file (BAK). The manager doesn't impose any kind of limitation on the size of the backup.

Reset SQL Server Password

Reset Lost SQL SA Password

Both, Unknown as well as Empty passwords from SQL MDF can be reset with the toolkit. Password displayed as Unknown means the database is protected. While Empty means that you don't have the password and can login without a password.


Decrypt Encrypted SQL Scripts

Decryption of encrypted SQL Server scripts from Live SQL Environment can be performed with this manager toolkit. Once encryption has been removed from the script, it can be previewed before being exported.

Preview DB

Open & Preview MDF Elements

With the viewer module of SQL Server Recovery Manager you can load and preview corrupt/healthy/deleted MDF file data without SQL Server environment. The MDF file can be of any given size, as no size limitations are imposed.

Activity Log

Activity Log Report Generated

An overall activity log is generated by the toolkit. This log report can be seen on the main panel of the manager with details like: application name, file\database name, SQL Server version, Size (MB), & Date\Time.

All version of SQL Server

Support All SQL Server Versions

The SQL manager supports all Microsoft SQL Server versions successfully. You can process database of / export database into, SQL Server of versions: 2000, 2008 R2, 2012, 2014, 2016, 2017, as well as the latest; 2019.

Download SQL Server Database Recovery Manager

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Software Download

Size: 19.2 MB

Version: 5.0

MD5: dd55827d933f752c9c326d44de1a0ea8

Trial Limitations

Trial Version of SQL Server Recovery Manager Software allows the users to export only 25 records of each table and 5 other category from MDF, NDF, and BAK file. Allow to Analyze the Log file (LDF file), Preview of decrypted database objects and user account login ID & password Status

System Specifications

Hard Disk Space
Minimum 100 MB space is required for installation

Around 4 GB of RAM

Intel® Core™ 2 Duo CPU E4600 @ 2.40GHz 2.39GHz


  • Microsoft .NET framework 4.5 or above should be installed.
  • If you are using Window 10 / 8.1 / 8 / 7, then please launch the tool as "Run as Administrator".
  • Compressed/Encrypted backup (.bak) is not supported with our tool.

Supported Editions

  • Microsoft Windows – Win 7 / 8 / 10 (32-Bit & 64-Bit) & Windows Server 2008 / 2012 R2 / 2016
  • SQL Server ‐ 2019, 2017, 2016, 2014, 2012, 2008 R2, 2008, 2005 & 2000




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Software Customization

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Get an Overview of SQL Server Recovery Manager – DEMO & Licensed Version

Features DEMO Version FULL Version
Recover MDF, NDF, BAK File
Save Scanned database in .str format
Preview BAK & Analyze the Log file (LDF file)
Preview of user account login ID & password Status
Preview decrypted SQL Server script
SQL Server versions 2019, 2017, 2016, 2014, 2012, 2008, 2005 & 2000
Windows 10 & All Other Previous Windows Version Supported
Export Corrupt SQL Backup File (.bak) & LOG File (.ldf)
Decrypt Database and Password recovery
Windows 10 & All Other Previous Windows Version Supported
Recover & Export SQL Database:(MDF, NDF, & BAK) Export 25 Records / Table & 5 other Categories
Cost FREE $999

Frequently Asked Questions

SQL Server Recovery Manager – Commonly Asked Questions and Answers

What is the step by step process of SQL Server DB Recovery?

Recover SQL DB Files

5 simple steps to completely Recover SQL Server Database files

  • Step 1 –: Install & Launch SQL Server Recovery Manager
  • Step 2 –: Preview All Items on SQL Server Database
  • Step 3 –: Select Destination location to export the files.
  • Step 4 –: Export DB after successful SQL Server Recovery
  • Step 5 –: Save the status report for the entire SQL Database Recovery.

Yes, it is very much possible to recover any given size of SQL Server database file and also decrypt it. The toolkit has 6 modules out of which two are responsible for providing the respective facilities each. Note that, each one has to be used individually.

“I have a database which belongs to the SQL Server 2014 version and is protected with a password that I don't have anymore. Can I recover it?”

Using the password reset module of the SQL Server Recovery Manager you can reset a lost / forgotten password from an MDF file of any SQL Server version.
Yes, you can make use of the database viewer module provided in the toolkit that is only responsible to provide a view of the database with nothing more or less.

“There is a backup file from which I need to restore database. However, I don't know if it's healthy or corrupt? Can I still process it using the toolkit?”

The manager toolkit offers a database backup recovery module that works fine with a healthy as well as corrupt backup file. You can use it to process your backup and export its contents.
Yes, the database recovery module supports the scanning and processing of both; Primary as well as Secondary Database.
There is a module for the analysis of SQL Log database file which can be used for purpose whatsoever. It offers the detailed information regarding the queries executed on the corresponding database which could be helpful for forensic purposes as well.
Yes, you can restore your backup files using the recovery module provided in the application. In addition to that, the tool will recover data from all SQL database files like master.mdf /.ndf /.ldf etc.

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