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After restore the following tables and SP are missing

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Hi there
We are in the process of a database change over at the moment. In the process we realized that there is difference in amount in tables and store procedures from one server to the other on our MustDB database. The new server is less in both cases. 24 tables less and 5 store procedures less.
I have got them below over here.

What I need to now if they are important to my database to run 100%.
Thanks

TABLES

conflict_test_testRepl
MSdynamicsnapshotjobs
MSdynamicsnapshotviews
MSmerge_altsyncpartners
MSmerge_contents
MSmerge_delete_conflicts
MSmerge_errorlineage
MSmerge_genhistory
MSmerge_replinfo
MSmerge_tombstone
MSpub_identity_range
MSrepl_identity_range
sysarticles
sysarticleupdates
sysmergearticles
sysmergepublications
sysmergeschemaarticles
sysmergeschemachange
sysmergesubscriptions
sysmergesubsetfilters
syspublications
sysschemaarticles
syssubscriptions
systranschemas

Store Procedures

sel_5C65D0F7E4CB4CF68BB327FE586F4571
sp_cft_5C65D0F7E4CB4CF68BB327FE586F4571
sp_ins_5C65D0F7E4CB4CF68BB327FE586F4571
sp_sel_5C65D0F7E4CB4CF68BB327FE586F4571
sp_upd_5C65D0F7E4CB4CF68BB327FE586F4571

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Those appear to all be replication objects...is your database replicated?  If so, you need to look at the "keep replication" option in the RESTORE DATABASE command in Books Online.  If not using replication, it is not likely that you will need them....for now.
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Thanks, I just needed to confirm this with an expert.
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You're welcome :-)
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