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Azure to On-premise

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Hey guys,

I have a Windows Azure VM with SQL Server installed and I need to know if there's a way to automate restoring a database from the Azure machine to the on premise database nightly? There is no VPN setup.
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Two options come to mind. First, and possibly not the easiest but certainly the most direct, set up a VPN so that it's part of your network. Second, you can copy from the Azure VM to Azure Blob storage using Azure PowerShell commands. It's pretty straight forward. Then, from the local machine, you can copy from the Blob storage down and then run the restore. That'll work.

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Thanks Grant! I'm going to attempt to create a VPN...

I know this isn't SQL related, but do you know of a way to create a VPN in Azure that will allow me to browse the Azure VM from my local network? If I can get this working I'll just create an SSIS package and do a backup\restore method nightly.
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I know there is a way to do it, yes, but I'm not familiar with it. It's actually something I need to spend some time getting my arms around and I just haven't allocated it into my schedule yet. Sorry.

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No problem, thanks for your help!

I'll let you know how it goes :-D
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