Ever wanted a centralised list of all your protection groups across all of your DPM servers? Well this guide explains how you can do just that in Operations Manager.
This article provides a step-by-step guide on publishing the Data Protection Manager console as a RemoteApp to your PC desktop using Remote Desktop Services.
The Data Protection Manager (DPM) 2010 Overview poster was made to give an overview and quick reference to DPM’s components, architecture, and DPM protection scenarios. It consists of system requirements, licensing, architecture, supported workloads, storage types, design questions, DPM diagrams, disaster recovery scenarios and DPM within the System Center family. Authors of this poster include: […]
System Center Data Protection Manager 2010 delivers unified data protection for Windows servers and clients as a best-of-breed backup & recovery solution from Microsoft, for Windows environments. DPM 2010 provides the best protection and most supportable restore scenarios from disk, tape and cloud — in a scalable, manageable and cost-effective way. See more here: http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=6583 […]
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This Powershell script will Restore the latest recovery point for all Shares/Volumes within specified protection group to a network folder.
By Jeff Graves (OrcsWeb), This powershell script will query the DPM 2007 database for alerts and addresses the four most common. Replica disk and Recovery Point Volume threshold exceeded, Replica is inconsistent, and Recovery Point creation failed. The script takes 4 optional parameters: replicaIncreaseRatio - Percentage of existing replica disk size to increase (ie. 1.1 increases by […]
Firestreamer is a software utility that enables the existing tape backup software to access a wide range of non-tape storage media, making possible long-term and off-site retention of data without the need for tape drives. Click the Download button at right to visit the download page on the Cristalink site.