Sharepoint 2010 Foundation not available for SBS restore

I am familiar with SharePoint 2010 Foundation being available in the list of applications that can be restored in SBS. Much to my surprise, after accidentally deleting some sharepoint data that required restore from backup, SharePoint is no available in that applications list. I don't even know where to start troubleshooting this backup failure. Can some-one provide any pointers?
qtgAsked:
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Justin SmithSr. System EngineerCommented:
If you can restore your content database you will be able to get your site back.  Can you do that?  If so you could build a new web app and attach it to your restored database.
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qtgAuthor Commented:
I don't know how to restore content database, build a new web app, or attach it to a restored database.

My query is not so much how do I get my site back, but how do I make it appear in the list of applications that can be restored in SBS Backup.
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Justin SmithSr. System EngineerCommented:
Does SQL show up as an option to restore?
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qtgAuthor Commented:
No. Only Exchange and HyperV. SQL is on VM.
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Justin SmithSr. System EngineerCommented:
The way I understand it, if your SharePoint environment isn't running on the local SQL instance on SBS, the SBS backup isn't going to back it up.  SBS isn't going to go into the VM and backup/restore databases.  That is the way I understand it, let me know if you think that is incorrect.
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qtgAuthor Commented:
That certainly does make sense. Thanks.
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