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Why do I get the attached error message when I attempt to restore a WSS 3.0 site?

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When I attempt to restore a WSS 3.0 Site (Content DB) in SQL Express 2005 Studio Management (Tasks>Restore), I get the attached error message.

Please advise how to resolve this issue. Thanks
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GeorgeGergues earned 500 total points
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This means you have live connections to the database.

the best way to do this would be to see the connections and terminate connections.


One way of doing that would be to
[1] Stop the SPTimer server (where applicable )
[2] Stop the SP administration service .(where applicable )
[3] Stop the WWW service on all the web servers.


Best of luck.
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Excellent answer. Fixed the issue immediately. Thank you
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