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Ouch! Is there a way to undo a snapshot revert on hyper-v. Don't have a backup, may lose everything!!! NO!!!

please help. Had MS SQL database on hyper v VM running 2012 std.
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So you have Reverted a Snapshot by mistake, e.g. you have rolled back your server, and you want to go back to the original state before you Reverted, or rolled it back in time.

Answer - Unfortunately, No, unless you have a backup or clone before you Rolled it Back!
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