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Frequently Asked Question
Yes, it is very much possible to recover any given size of SQL Server Master 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.
Is it possible to remove lost password from an SQL Server MDF?
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.
I don't know if my backup is healthy or corrupt. Can I still restore its database?
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 master.mdf using the recovery module provided in the application. In addition to that, the tool will also recover the default server files; tempdb, MSDBdata, model, etc.