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Salient Features

A short description of the features in the advanced MS Project Server Recovery tool.

Dual Recovery Modes

Dual Recovery Modes It offers two recovery modes – Raw File Recovery Mode is used when only the MDF database is corrupt and Live SQL Instance Mode is used when the Project Server is severely corrupt or down.

Two Connecting Options

Two Connecting Options The Live SQL Instance Mode provides two options for connecting with Project Server database – through MS SQL Server or UDL File. User can choose any of the modes for connecting to the database.

Two Saving Options

Two Saving Options For saving the restored data, the tool has got two options: Save Tables or Save Documents. The option allows saving in SQL Server or Batch File. From the recovered data, a new MDF database can be created easily.

Preview Facility

Preview Facility With this tool, users can have a preview of the files after its successful recovery. One can select individual files to preview them closely. Preview facility helps users to select the required files to save them.

Report Generation

Report Generation Users can prepare a report of the extracted files and documents in HTML format. This report can be forwarded or can be saved in the desired location.

User-friendly Interface

User-friendly Interface Kernel for Project Server is an extremely user-friendly tool. Also, it comes with a help file. So recovery can be done even without facing any issue.

Yes. Kernel for Project Server is an easy-to-use tool with only a few simple steps involved in the recovery process. So you can use it easily.
This issue can easily be fixed using the Raw File mode of the Kernel for Project Server. Try it now.
For any issue, support or query, you can contact our customer support team.
No. You are supposed to purchase only if you are happy with the performance of the trial version. If you think of saving the recovered data, you essentially will require the full version.
Yes. In this case Kernel for Project Server connects to the database through SQL Server or UDF file to access the data.
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Supported Versions MS Project Server 2010/2007/2003/2002 and MS Project Central (2000)
MS SQL Server 2014/2012/2008 R2/2008/2005

Operating System Windows 10, 8.1, 8, 7, Vista, XP, 2000, 98, NT, 95
Windows Server 2016, 2012, 2008 R2, 2008, 2003 R2, 2003

ProcessorIntel® Pentium Processor compatible (x86, x64) or equivalent

Memory + Hard Disk 64 MB RAM (128 recommended)
Minimum 50 MB of disk space

Electronic Yes

Version12.07.01

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