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help starting an instance of sql server in single user mode to restore a .bak.

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I am trying to start an instance of sql server in single user mode to restore a .bak.
I tried the follwowing:

net stop 'database name'
issued the sqlservr -m command
and then did a net start

When I go to restore, it still says it needs to be in single user mode? What gives?
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