System Center Data Protection Manager 2012

  1. Try enabling automatic mounting of volumes using mountvol on the DPM server to preform item level recovery. 2) Otherwise ...
  2. Try enabling automatic mounting of volumes using mountvol on the DPM server to preform item level recovery. 2) Otherwise ...
  3. Try enabling automatic mounting of volumes using mountvol on the DPM server to preform item level recovery. 2) Otherwise ...
  4. Try to perform un-optimized item-level recovery. This will take more time than normal. Detailed steps to perform this are ...
  5. Turn off the library %Library;, and then turn it on and retry the operation. 2. Examine the front panel of your library to ...
  6. Turn off the library %Library;, and then turn it on and retry the operation. 2. Examine the front panel of your library to ...
  7. Turn off the library %Library;, and then turn it on and retry the operation. 2. Examine the front panel of your library to ...
  8. Type the file extensions (for example: .mp3,.wav) that you want to exclude from protection. Use comma ',' to separate multiple ...
  9. Unable to authenticate as the time on this machine is not synchronized. All operations would fail until this is resolved. ...
  10. Unable to check whether DPM Central Console Management Packs have been imported to the Operations Manager Server. Make sure ...
  11. Unable to configure local Windows account in the system. The operation is allowed only on the primary domain controller for ...
  12. Unable to connect to the database because of a fatal database error. It is unlikely that the database itself has been damaged. ...
  13. Unable to connect to the System Center Data Access service. Verify that the System Center Data Access service is running ...
  14. Unable to contact the DPM server. The specified server does not exist or is not compatible with the Data Protection Manager ...
  15. Unable to find certificate with the thumbprint %InputParameterTag; on the personal machine store of machine %MachineName;. ...
  16. Unable to get a response from the Windows Azure Online Backup Agent on this server. This may be because the Windows Azure ...
  17. Unable to get a response from the Windows Service Microsoft Cloud Backup Engine on this server. This may be because the Microsoft ...
  18. Unable to load the Operations Manager Server SDK assembly. Make sure that Operations Manager Server is installed on this ...
  19. Unable to obtain the domain name for this computer. Ensure that the computer is connected to an Active Directory network. ...
  20. Unable to open the Troubleshooting window for the selected item. The DPM Central Console client components installation is ...
  21. Unauthorized reproduction or distribution of this program, or any portion of it, may result in severe civil and criminal ...
  22. Uninstall all of the following installed components: 1) DPM Central Console Server 2) Microsoft System Center DPM Remote ...
  23. Uninstall all of the following installed components: 1) DPM Central Console Server 2) Microsoft System Center DPM Remote ...
  24. Uninstall all of the following installed components: 1) DPM Central Console Server 2) Microsoft System Center DPM Remote ...
  25. Uninstall DPM or the DPM protection agent from %ServerName; and install the DPM protection agent again from the computer ...
  26. Uninstall the existing DPM protection agent from %ServerName; using Add or Remove Programs in Control Panel. Then in DPM ...
  27. Uninstallation of Data Protection Manager (DPM) has failed. From Control Panel, use Add or Remove Programs to uninstall DPM ...
  28. Update the library state by performing an inventory, and then retry the operation. On the Libraries tab in the Management ...
  29. Update the protection agent to a version compatible with the DPM server. From the DPM Administrator Console, open the Agents ...
  30. Upgrade the computer hardware to meet the DPM minimum configuration requirements;, or install DPM on a different computer. ...
  31. Upgrade the computer hardware to meet the DPM minimum configuration requirements;, or install DPM on a different computer. ...
  32. Upgrading the protection agents will cause the backup jobs that are running on the protected computers to fail. Upgrading ...
  33. Usage: Setup.exe Action /f /L Parameters => Action : /i Runs Setup in unattended installation mode /x Runs Setup in unattended ...
  34. Usage: Setup.exe Action /f /L Parameters => Action : /i Runs Setup in unattended installation mode /x Runs Setup in unattended ...
  35. Use Add or Remove Programs in Control Panel to remove the DPM files and registry entries that were created during Setup. ...
  36. Use Add or Remove programs in Control Panel to uninstall %Prerequisite;. After uninstalling %Prerequisite; run DPM Setup ...
  37. Use Add or Remove Programs in Control Panel to uninstall DPM. Then manually install %Prerequisite;. For instructions, see ...
  38. Use Add or Remove Programs in Control Panel to uninstall DPM. Then manually install %Prerequisite;. For instructions, see ...
  39. Use Add or Remove Programs in Control Panel to uninstall the protection agent from %ServerName;, and then try reinstalling ...
  40. Use Add or Remove Programs in Control Panel to uninstall the protection agent from %ServerName;, then reinstall the protection ...
  41. Use another copy of the tape and retry the operation. You can view the contents of the tape to confirm that it contains the ...
  42. Use the 'Register Online Protection' wizard in Online Management view to configure recovery staging folder and then retry ...
  43. Use the cluster management software to check to see if the cluster resource group %ServerName; or any of its owner nodes ...
  44. Use the Connect-DPMServer command to connect to a DPM server. If you are already connected to a DPM server and still seeing ...
  45. Use the tape %MediaLabel; in a different drive. To do this, first disable the drive %DriveName;. Select this tape and click ...
  46. Use the tape %MediaLabel; in a different drive. To do this, first disable the drive %DriveName;. Select this tape and click ...
  47. Use the tape %MediaLabel; in a different drive. To do this, first disable the drive %DriveName;. Select this tape and click ...
  48. Use your SAN software to take hardware snapshots of the DPM replica and recovery point volumes and mount them on the protected ...
  49. Using the Data Protection Manager Client, you can recover your data irrespective of which computer you backed it up from. ...
  50. Verification failed for the tape backup of %DatasourceType; %DatasourceName; on %ServerName; because the tape backup failed. ...
  51. Verify if any of dependent data sources of the protected data source %DatasourceName; were removed or got moved from one ...
  52. Verify that %ServerName; is online and remotely accessible from the DPM server. 2) If a firewall is enabled on %ServerName;, ...
  53. Verify that %ServerName; is online and remotely accessible from the DPM server. 2) If a firewall is enabled on %ServerName;, ...
  54. Verify that %ServerName; is online and remotely accessible from the DPM server. 2) If a firewall is enabled on %ServerName;, ...
  55. Verify that %ServerName; is online and remotely accessible from the DPM server. 2) If a firewall is enabled on %ServerName;, ...
  56. Verify that %ServerName; is online and remotely accessible from the DPM server. 2) If a firewall is enabled on %ServerName;, ...
  57. Verify that %ServerName; is online and remotely accessible from the DPM server. 2) If a firewall is enabled on %ServerName;, ...
  58. Verify that %ServerName; is remotely accessible from the DPM server. 2) If a firewall is enabled on %ServerName;, make sure ...
  59. Verify that %ServerName; is remotely accessible from the DPM server. 2) If a firewall is enabled on %ServerName;, make sure ...
  60. Verify that %ServerName; is remotely accessible from the DPM server. 2) If a firewall is enabled on %ServerName;, make sure ...
  61. Verify that %VolumeName; exists. If the volume exists, retry the operation. If the volume has been migrated to a new volume, ...
  62. Verify that both %ServerName; and the domain controller are responding. Then in Microsoft Management Console (MMC), open ...
  63. Verify that computers are joined to the same domain, that the DNS client service is running, and that DNS is accessible over ...
  64. Verify that role and cscfg settings are correctly configured. The operation will be retried by client. If the issue persists, ...
  65. Verify that the Agent Coordinator service on %ServerName; is responding, if it is present. Review the error details, take ...
  66. Verify that the cluster service is running on the cluster %ServerName; 2. Verify that you can ping the cluster from the DPM ...
  67. Verify that the cluster service is running on the cluster. 2. Verify that you can ping the cluster from the DPM server. 3. ...
  68. Verify that the computer is joined to a domain, that DNS is correctly configured, and that you are logged on as a domain ...
  69. Verify that the computer running DPM has DCOM launch and access permissions for %ServerName;, and that the system time on ...
  70. Verify that the credentials you provided have administrator privileges on %ServerName; and then try to reinstall the protection ...
  71. Verify that the disk containing the replica volume and the recovery point volume is shown in Disk Management. If you are ...
  72. Verify that the disk containing the replica volume and the recovery point volume is shown in Disk Management. If you are ...
  73. Verify that the disk containing the replica volume and the recovery point volume is shown in Disk Management. If you are ...
  74. Verify that the disk containing the replica volume and the recovery point volume is shown in Disk Management. If you are ...
  75. Verify that the disk containing the replica volume is shown in Disk Management. Or, in the Protection task area in DPM Administrator ...