lots of things can be holding on to the SQL database... you can try to run it down by opening a DOS box and typing: "OSQL -E" (case counts here) and hitting enter. Then type "sp_who" and hit enter again. Then type "go" and hit enter. This will spit out all processes that have any SQL connections open... look for any references to UnityDB in there.
The easiest way to deal with this is mentioned in the help file for DiRT - just stop the MSSQLSERVER and SQLSERVERAGENT services and then restart them (you can do this while that "can't gain exclusive access" dialog is up and waiting for a response). Then restart both services and hit "ok"... this should "shake off" any connections left lingering.
I tried running your command and it appears that there are no services running in the background. I also tried to stop and restart SQL servel times. I am still not having any luck. anything else I can look for?
Which version of DiRT restore is this? It's SQL returning an error there of some sort, it's probably returning another error that's not related and it's just being caught by that error handler. If you have the log created by the restore app, send it along since the error returned by SQL should be in there.
The latest versions of DiRT backup and restore will allow you to browse to machines on the network directly to the share so you can use the full UNC instead of a mapped drive - SQL seems much happier with this than mapped drives I find - several sites have run OK using this method after they failed backing up to a mapped drive.
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