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in B&R, what is NOUNLOAD?

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NOUNLOAD

Specifies the tape is not unloaded automatically from the tape drive after a backup. NOUNLOAD remains set until UNLOAD is specified. This option is used only for tape devices.

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for disk/device/backupset also, this is automatically scripted out- it is totally not needed in this context, right?
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no, only when you do backup to tape.
for any other kind of backups, this option is ignored
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NFR key for Veeam Backup for Microsoft Office 365

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is this cleaned up in SQL 2008? (automatically scripting it for disk/device)?
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I don't understand that question?
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when you script the BACKUP, in SQL 2005, even if it is device/disk, it still puts the above keyword. Does it do the same in SQL 2008?
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I don't know, as I do not have a sql 2008 here.
anyhow, as I said, it's not important, as it will be ignored for a non-tape backup/restore
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Thanks.
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