Step 4. Specify Target Server
At this step of the wizard, do the following:
- In the Server name field, specify the Microsoft SQL Server machine or instance to which you want to restore your database.
Use the <IP address\instance> or <hostname\instance> format. You can select a server or instance from the drop-down list or use the Browse button, as described in Browsing for Servers.
If the SQL Server instance is assigned a custom port, and Microsoft SQL Browser is not running on the machine, specify the instance port in the following format: <IP address or hostname>,<port>.
- In the Database name field, specify a name for the restored database.
- In the Specify user account to connect section, select either of the following options:
- Use current account. Select this option to connect to the specified server using the account under which Veeam Explorer for Microsoft SQL Server is running.
You cannot use this option if Veeam Explorer for Microsoft SQL Server and mount server are located on separate machines.
- Use the following account. Select this option to connect to the specified server using a custom user account. Then provide a user name and password for the account.
Make sure the account you are using has been granted the sysadmin role on the target SQL Server machine.
- If you selected the Use the following account option and want to use Microsoft SQL Server authentication, select the Use SQL Server authentication check box. If you do not select the check box, Veeam Explorer for Microsoft SQL Server will use Windows authentication.
If you select the Use SQL Server authentication check box and provide a Microsoft SQL Server account, you will be prompted to provide an account to connect to the target server at the next step of the wizard.
To browse for a server, do either of the following:
- On the Local Servers tab, select a local Microsoft SQL Server that is located on the machine with Veeam Explorer for Microsoft SQL Server.
- On the Network Servers tab, select a SQL Server over the network.