When you specify a restore task by using SQL Server Management Studio, you can generate the corresponding Transact-SQL RESTORE script by clicking the Script button and then selecting a destination for the script.
Enter the database to restore in the list. You can enter a new database or choose an existing database from the drop-down list. The list includes all databases on the server, excluding the system databases master and tempdb.
Select the database to restore from the list box. This list contains only databases that have been backed up according to the msdb backup history.
Select one or more tapes or disks as the source for the backup sets. Click the browse button (...) to select one or more devices; the device names appear as read-only values in the From device list.
Select the backup sets to restore
Displays the backups available for the specified location. By default, a recovery plan that achieves the goal of the restore operation is suggested based on the selection of the necessary backup sets. To override the suggested recovery plan, you can change the selections in the grid.
The selected check boxes indicate the backup sets to be restored.
The name of the backup set.
Specifies the type of data in the backup: Data, Log, or Filestream Data. Data that is contained in tables is in Data files. Transaction log data is in Log files. Binary large object (BLOB) data that is stored on the file system is in Filestream Data files.
The type of backup performed: Full, Differential, or Transaction Log.
The name of the Database-Engine instance that performed the backup operation.
File Logical Name
The logical name of the file.
The name of the database involved in the backup operation.
The date and time when the backup operation began, presented in the regional setting of the client.
The date and time when the backup operation finished, presented in the regional setting of the client.
The size of the backup set in bytes.
The name of the user who performed the backup operation.