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Posted Monday, March 10, 2008 4:20 AM
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The Database Engine service could not resolve the specified file location. Either the location does not exist, or the current login account does not have access to it. Verify that the file location exists, and that the login account has permissions on it.
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The Database Engine service could not resolve the specified file location. Either the location does not exist, or the current login account does not have access to it. Verify that the file location exists, and that the login account has permissions on it.


Can you check whether the service account your SQL Server is running as (not you :)) has permissions to see the location you are using?

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I am receiving this same error. I have checked permissions on the location, and the domain account that SQL services runs under has full control of the directory. The directory I am trying to restore from is acutally on the same server as the database engine. It's just not in the default location. It is on the D: drive.

Can anyone give me a hint?
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