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Restore Database with any number of Ndf files

By Sanjeev Kumar, DBA,

Execute the code after passing databse name on which you want to restore and the path where your backup file being located.
e.g exec  sp_restoredb N'mydatabase',N'D:\mydatabase.bak'

Here mydatabase is the name of database on which you want to restore.
D:\mydatabase.bak is the location of database backup  file to which you want to restore.

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