@jaredbusch said in Restoring a Windows MS SQL Server Database to Linux With Move SQLCMD:

@scottalanmiller I have not had to do that before with a normal backup to a .bak and then restore. Not some an place move like it seems you are doing.

Happens if going to a space with a different storage layout. If you are coming from Linux you are probably fine. But Windows injects the drive letter into the path (obviously) and so going from one machine to another that doesn't keep identical storage path names causes the issue.