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You will receive the below error message when you try to restore a TDE encrypted database.
Step 1: Backup the Existing certificate in Source Server
1. Login to the Source server and execute the below T-SQL and make a note of the Certificate ‘name’.
select * FROM [master].[sys].[certificates]
2. Backup the Certificate to disk.
BACKUP CERTIFICATE CertificateName TO FILE = '<Path>\cert.cer' WITH PRIVATE KEY ( FILE = '<Path>\key.p7b', ENCRYPTION BY PASSWORD = 'P@ssw0rd');
3. Copy the Exported Certificate files to the destination server.
Step 2: Restore the certificate in destination server.
1. Login to the destination server and execute the below T-SQL.
CREATE MASTER KEY ENCRYPTION BY PASSWORD = 'P@ssw0rd';
CREATE CERTIFICATE CertificateName FROM FILE = '<Path>\cert.cer' WITH PRIVATE KEY (FILE = '<Path>\key.p7b', DECRYPTION BY PASSWORD = 'P@ssw0rd');
Step 3: Restore the Databases
Step 4: Verify the Encryption Status
1. Execute the below query in Destination server and check whether the databases appear in the list.
SELECT * FROM sys.dm_database_encryption_keys
WHERE encryption_state = 3; GO
*The value 3 represents an encrypted state on the database and transaction logs.
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