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  1. Hi, I have a lab setup running SCCM CB 1702, with the SQL instance on the same VM. I want to be able to test restoring a backup from our production server onto this test setup. I have a valid backup but I think I'm doing something wrong. I've tried running the setup from the original iso, from the "splash" in cd.latest and the "splash" in the cd.latest in the backup. Whatever happens on the Available Setup Options page "Recover a site" is greyed out. I've tried stopping the SCCM site using the preinst /stopsite command and also tried taking the SQL DB off-line but nothing makes any difference. The only options I get are to "Perfrom site maintenance..." and "Uninstall ...". I then had a look at our production server and it's the same. Could someone suggest what I might be missing? Many Thanks.
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