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homebrew01 (2/5/2014)
If you took the backups using native SQL, and they are stored in the same location as the time of backup, then I think you can use the GUI to restore and it will show you all the t-log backups, already selected, ready for the restore.

It might be a good idea to go through the procedure with a test database so you are familiar with the steps,


Yes, that is a nice feature added to 2012 and 2014.

And re-emphasize the testing of the restore process.



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Earlier versions have it too.



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That feature disappeared with SQL 2005. You can get something like it if you have all of your backups in the same backup file or in the same backup device. But that is different than how 2012 now works where it reads the backup history.



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