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How to stop a SQL Server Database that is in a restore process

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How to stop a SQL Server Database that is in a restore process
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What you mean?
You want to stop database or SQL Server?

If you want to stop restore process just get the process ID and kill the process.
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ALTER DATABASE yourdbname RECOVER

should do the trick?

or do you mean remove from the list?
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