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Posted Monday, January 2, 2012 4:37 AM
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i want to protect my database backup with Password ,when other should try to restore.

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You can put a password on the backup, but it's incredibly weak and won't stop someone who's determined.

The only real way to prevent backups from being restored on other servers is with SQL 2008's TDE, or a 3rd party backup tool that encrypts backups.



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