System Center Data Protection Manager 2012

  1. Before you can reduce the express full backup schedule of this protection group, you must modify the protection group properties ...
  2. Before you start the recovery process you must delete the SharePoint Service Provider (SSP) as well as its index files from ...
  3. Before you start the recovery process you must delete the SharePoint Service Provider (SSP) as well as its index files from ...
  4. Before you start the recovery process you must delete the SharePoint Service Provider (SSP) as well as its index files from ...
  5. Bring the database to a clean shutdown after copying the files. Select this option only if the destination is an Exchange ...
  6. Bring the database to a clean shutdown after copying the files. Select this option only if the destination is an Exchange ...
  7. Bring the database to a clean shutdown after copying the files. Select this option only if the destination is an Exchange ...
  8. By accepting the license terms you accept the license agreement for DPM and for each of its prerequisite software products. ...
  9. By default synchronization jobs in DPM start everyday at 12 AM and repeat as per the specified synchronization frequency ...
  10. Can perform all tasks of Tier-1 support. In addition, can perform advanced troubleshooting and corrective actions which may ...
  11. Can perform only lightweight Tape related operations such as running Tape inventory, drive cleaning, Tape verification and ...
  12. can use the default settings configured for the server to connect to the internet or you can specify a different proxy server. ...
  13. Can view all alert and job information. Can perform basic tasks such as re-running a failed job. Cannot modify configuration ...
  14. Cannot connect to the DPM Server %ServerName;. Make sure that the DPM Server is online and that the required firewall exceptions ...
  15. Cannot connect to the DPM Server %ServerName;. Make sure that the DPM Server is online and that the required firewall exceptions ...
  16. Cannot connect to the DPM Server %ServerName;. Make sure that the DPM Server is online and that the required firewall exceptions ...
  17. Cannot connect to Windows service CBEngine. Make sure that Windows service CBEngine exists and port %InputParameterTag; is ...
  18. Cannot connect to Windows service CBEngine. Make sure that Windows service CBEngine exists and port %InputParameterTag; is ...
  19. Cannot retrieve properties for the DPM server %ServerName;. DPM Self Service Recovery Tool will use the default properties. ...
  20. Cannot run an incremental synchronization and create a recovery point for %DatasourceName; because the application does not ...
  21. Catalog retention duration impacts the size of DPM database. The longer the duration, the bigger the database size will be. ...
  22. Central Console server components cannot be installed on a computer that does not have Operations Manager Server for System ...
  23. Central Console server components cannot be installed on a computer that does not have Operations Manager Server for System ...
  24. Change the cleaning tape and then, on the Libraries tab in the Management task area, select the drive and click Clean in ...
  25. Change the password for account %AccountName;. On the Administrative Tools menu, click Computer Management. Expand Local ...
  26. Change Tracking has been marked inconsistent due to one of the following reasons 1. Unexpected shutdown of the protected ...
  27. Change Tracking has been marked inconsistent due to one of the following reasons 1. Unexpected shutdown of the protected ...
  28. Change tracking has been marked inconsistent due to one of the following reasons 1. Unexpected shutdown of the protected ...
  29. Change Tracking has been marked inconsistent due to one of the following reasons 1. Unexpected shutdown of the protected ...
  30. Change Tracking has been marked inconsistent due to one of the following reasons 1. Unexpected shutdown of the protected ...
  31. Change Tracking has been marked inconsistent due to one of the following reasons 1. Unexpected shutdown of the protected ...
  32. Changes to end-user recovery settings do not fully take effect for each protection group until the next successful synchronization ...
  33. Check Disk Management to see whether the disk is online. If the disk is offline, check the hardware configuration and rescan. ...
  34. Check if the %LibraryType; %Library; is turned on. 2. Check for loose data or power channel connections. 3. Make sure the ...
  35. Check if the %LibraryType; %Library; is turned on. 2. Check for loose data or power channel connections. 3. Make sure the ...
  36. Check if the %LibraryType; %Library; is turned on. 2. Check for loose data or power channel connections. 3. Make sure the ...
  37. Check if the authorized CA with this thumbprint exists in the trust chain of the certificate or provide a different thumbprint. ...
  38. Check if the certificate has Cryptography API Next Generation (CNG) keys. DPM does not support certificates with CNG keys. ...
  39. Check if the library is turned on. 2. Check for loose connections on data or power channels. 3. Make sure that the library ...
  40. Check if the library is turned on. 2. Check for loose connections on data or power channels. 3. Make sure that the library ...
  41. Check if the library is turned on. 2. Check for loose connections on data or power channels. 3. Make sure that the library ...
  42. Check if the tape in slot %MediaLocationType; %MediaLocationInfo; is a cleaning tape. If yes, on the Libraries tab in the ...
  43. Check if you are connected to the Internet and that the proxy server settings are configured correctly. Then refresh the ...
  44. Check if you can reduce the number of data sources currently being protected on %DPMServerName; to less than %MaxDataSources;. ...
  45. Check if you can reduce the number of data sources currently being protected on %DPMServerName; to less than %MaxDataSources;. ...
  46. Check if you can reduce the number of data sources currently being protected on %DPMServerName; to less than %MaxDataSources;. ...
  47. Check if you can reduce the number of servers currently being protected on %DPMServerName; to less than %MaxProtectedServers;. ...
  48. Check if you can reduce the number of servers currently being protected on %DPMServerName; to less than %MaxProtectedServers;. ...
  49. Check if you can reduce the number of servers currently being protected on %DPMServerName; to less than %MaxProtectedServers;. ...
  50. Check if you can reduce the retention period on %DPMServerName; such that the recovery point volume size is less than %MaxDPMShadowCopyVolSize; ...
  51. Check if you can reduce the retention period on %DPMServerName; such that the recovery point volume size is less than %MaxDPMShadowCopyVolSize; ...
  52. Check if you can reduce the retention period on %DPMServerName; such that the recovery point volume size is less than %MaxDPMShadowCopyVolSize; ...
  53. Check if you have another copy of this tape. If a copy is available, use that to retry the recovery. 2. If you do not have ...
  54. Check if you have another copy of this tape. If a copy is available, use that to retry the recovery. 2. If you do not have ...
  55. Check if you have another copy of this tape. If a copy is available, use that to retry the recovery. 2. If you do not have ...
  56. Check recent records from the DPMRA source in the Application Event Log on %ServerName; to find out why the agent failed ...
  57. Check recent records from the DPMRA source in the Application Event Log on %ServerName; to find out why the agent failed ...
  58. Check recent records from the DPMRA source in the Application Event Log on %ServerName; to find out why the agent failed ...
  59. Check recent records from the DPMRA source in the Application Event Log on %ServerName; to find out why the agent failed ...
  60. Check recent records from the DPMRA source in the Application Event Log on %ServerName; to find out why the agent failed ...
  61. Check recent records from the DPMRA source in the Application Event Log on %ServerName; to find out why the agent failed ...
  62. Check recent records from the FSRecord source in the System Event Log on %PSServerName; to find out why the problem occurred. ...
  63. Check recent records from the FSRecord source in the System Event Log on %PSServerName; to find out why the problem occurred. ...
  64. Check recent records from the FSRecord source in the System Event Log on %PSServerName; to find out why the problem occurred. ...
  65. Check recent records from the VolSnap source in the Application Event Log to find out why the problem occurred. 2) Retry ...
  66. Check that the drive is powered on. 2. Check if the drive is being serviced. If yes, you can ignore this alert. 3. Check ...
  67. Check that the drive is powered on. 2. Check if the drive is being serviced. If yes, you can ignore this alert. 3. Check ...
  68. Check that the drive is powered on. 2. Check if the drive is being serviced. If yes, you can ignore this alert. 3. Check ...
  69. Check that the relevant firewall exceptions are configured correctly. - Check if the certificate used by the DPM CPWrapper ...
  70. Check that the relevant firewall exceptions are configured correctly. - Check if the certificate used by the DPM CPWrapper ...
  71. Check that the relevant firewall exceptions are configured correctly. - Check if the certificate used by the DPM CPWrapper ...
  72. Check that the tape and the drive type are compatible, and the drive is supported. Also check if the drive firmware needs ...
  73. Check the Alerts tab in the Monitoring task area to locate the specific alert for the operations indicated above. Follow ...
  74. Check the Alerts tab in the Monitoring task area to locate this alert and fix the issue. Please retry recovery after that. ...
  75. Check the Application Event Log for the cause of the failure. Fix the cause and retry the operation. For additional troubleshooting ...