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Yes, of course. You can do that with two options:
1. Initiate a File-Level restore process and choose database files to recover
2. Moreover, we've got SQL AIR wizard that is also capable to recover SQL databases, tables, records, schema etc. directly to the original SQL server, or to a SQL script.
Regarding your SQL logs question, then it is possible either to truncate transaction logs after the job so that they don’t overflow the storage space or leave all the logs untouched.
Should more information be required, please take a look at our User Guide (pages 24 and 63):
http://www.veeam.com/files/guide/veeam_ ... _guide.pdf
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