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I need to do a backup from a remote sqlserver database to my local PC.

I have full access and rights... just no RDP.

I understand Azure SQL Migration Assistant is the answer?

Where can I download that?
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Can that " remote sqlserver database" and your "local PC." access some common network share? If yes that's how you can take a SQL FULL backup onto that share then restore it from the share or copy the backup to your PC.
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No
There are no shared drives or network
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Found my own solution with SQL Accessories
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I found my own solution elsewhere
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