System Center Data Protection Manager 2012 R2

  1. Catalog retention duration impacts the size of DPM database. The longer the duration, the bigger the database size will be. ...
  2. Central Console server components cannot be installed on a computer that does not have Operations Manager Server for System ...
  3. Change the cleaning tape and then, on the Libraries tab in the Management task area, select the drive and click Clean in ...
  4. Change the password for account %AccountName;. On the Administrative Tools menu, click Computer Management. Expand Local ...
  5. Change tracking has been marked inconsistent due to one of the following reasons 1. Unexpected shutdown of the protected ...
  6. Change Tracking has been marked inconsistent due to one of the following reasons 1. Unexpected shutdown of the protected ...
  7. Changes to end-user recovery settings do not fully take effect for each protection group until the next successful synchronization ...
  8. Check Disk Management to see whether the disk is online. If the disk is offline, check the hardware configuration and rescan. ...
  9. Check if the %LibraryType; %Library; is turned on. 2. Check for loose data or power channel connections. 3. Make sure the ...
  10. Check if the authorized CA with this thumbprint exists in the trust chain of the certificate or provide a different thumbprint. ...
  11. Check if the certificate has Cryptography API Next Generation (CNG) keys. DPM does not support certificates with CNG keys. ...
  12. Check if the library is turned on. 2. Check for loose connections on data or power channels. 3. Make sure that the library ...
  13. Check if the tape in slot %MediaLocationType; %MediaLocationInfo; is a cleaning tape. If yes, on the Libraries tab in the ...
  14. Check if VCRedist 2010 is installed %ServerName;. If it is not installed kindly install from the DPM install directory. 2. ...
  15. Check if you are connected to the Internet and that the proxy server settings are configured correctly. Then refresh the ...
  16. Check if you can reduce the number of data sources currently being protected on %DPMServerName; to less than %MaxDataSources;. ...
  17. Check if you can reduce the number of servers currently being protected on %DPMServerName; to less than %MaxProtectedServers;. ...
  18. Check if you can reduce the retention period on %DPMServerName; such that the recovery point volume size is less than %MaxDPMShadowCopyVolSize; ...
  19. 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 ...
  20. Check recent records from the DPMRA source in the Application Event Log on %ServerName; to find out why the agent failed ...
  21. Check recent records from the DPMRA source in the Application Event Log on %ServerName; to find out why the agent failed ...
  22. Check recent records from the FSRecord source in the System Event Log on %PSServerName; to find out why the problem occurred. ...
  23. Check recent records from the VolSnap source in the Application Event Log to find out why the problem occurred. 2) Retry ...
  24. Check that the drive is powered on. 2. Check if the drive is being serviced. If yes, you can ignore this alert. 3. Check ...
  25. Check that the relevant firewall exceptions are configured correctly. - Check if the certificate used by the DPM CPWrapper ...
  26. Check that the tape and the drive type are compatible, and the drive is supported. Also check if the drive firmware needs ...
  27. Check the Alerts tab in the Monitoring task area to locate the specific alert for the operations indicated above. Follow ...
  28. Check the Alerts tab in the Monitoring task area to locate this alert and fix the issue. Please retry recovery after that. ...
  29. Check the Application Event Log for the cause of the failure. Fix the cause and retry the operation. For additional troubleshooting ...
  30. Check the Application Event Log on %ServerName; for the cause of the failure. Fix the cause and retry the operation. For ...
  31. Check the Application Event Log on %ServerName; for the cause of the failure. For more information on this error, go to ...
  32. Check the Application Event Viewer logs on the SQL Server for entries posted by the SQL Server service to find out why the ...
  33. Check the Application Event Viewer logs on the SQL Server to find out why the SQL transaction log backup may have failed. ...
  34. Check the Application Event Viewer logs on the SQL Server to find out why the tail log restore may have failed. You can do ...
  35. Check the domain configuration to ensure that the DPM schema extension has been successfully applied to the Active Directory. ...
  36. Check the following to troubleshoot this issue: 1) If the agent is not installed on %ServerName;, run DpmAgentInstaller.exe ...
  37. Check the following to troubleshoot this issue: 1) If the agent is not installed on %ServerName;, run DpmAgentInstaller.exe ...
  38. Check the following: 1) If %ServerName; is protected by another DPM server, you cannot install the protection agent on it. ...
  39. Check the library door and ensure that it is closed properly. If the door is not closed, close it and then retry this operation. ...
  40. Check the parameters that you are passing to the cmdlet and ensure that these parameters correspond to the data source type ...
  41. Check the parameters that you are passing to the cmdlet, and make sure that these parameters match the parameters that the ...
  42. Check the SCSI and bus mappings of the drive to ensure that the drive is mapped correctly. If you change any of the mappings, ...
  43. Check to see if some dependent data sources have been added to the protected data source %DatasourceName;. In that case run ...
  44. Check to see if some SQL databases have been added to/or removed from the protected SharePoint farm. If this is the case, ...
  45. Check to see if the tape has been inserted correctly into the drive. 2. Check to see that the drive is ready and operational. ...
  46. Check to see if there are any active alerts indicating suspect tapes. If such an alert exists, take the appropriate recommended ...
  47. Check to see if there are any dependent data sources that were added or removed from the protected data source %DatasourceName;. ...
  48. Check to see if you are protecting a clustered resource which has undergone a dirty failover. In this case, DPM requires ...
  49. Check to see that multipath software is running on the DPM server. 2. In the Management task area, on the Disks tab, click ...
  50. Check to see that no application running on this computer is malfunctioning to cause this high file system activity. If you ...
  51. Check to see that the computer name provided is the fully qualified domain name. 2) Check to see that the computer specified ...
  52. Check to see that the library door is locked and that the I/E port is retracted. 2) Check to see that there are sufficient ...
  53. Check to see that the production farm is online and running. 2) Check to see that the WSSCmdletWrapper DCOM component is ...
  54. Check to see that the production farm is online and running. 2) Check to see that the WSSCmdletWrapper DCOM component is ...
  55. Check to see that the protected farm is online and running. 2) Ensure that all features, Web templates and language packs ...
  56. Check to see that the protected farm is online and running. 2) Open SharePoint Administration Console and delete the Web ...
  57. Check to see that the recovery farm is online and running. 2) Check that all features, Web templates and language packs present ...
  58. Check to see that the recovery farm is online and running. 2) Check to see that the WSSCmdletWrapper DCOM component is configured ...
  59. Check to see that the recovery farm is online and running. 2) Make sure you have created a Web application in the recovery ...
  60. Check to see that the recovery farm is online and running. 2) Open the SharePoint Central Administration Console of the recovery ...
  61. Check to see that the specified instance of SQL Server is online. 2) If your SQL database files do not have the .mdf, .ndf, ...
  62. Check your cluster configuration to ensure that shares and disks on which these shares reside are part of the same resource ...
  63. Choose a recovery point that has a time difference with a previous recovery point that is equal to or greater than the specified ...
  64. Choose a volume on disk as backup source. To backup a volume the volume must be formatted using NTFS and writable. Clustered ...
  65. Choose a volume on disk as recovery location. To use a volume as a recovery location the volume must be formatted using NTFS ...
  66. Choose this option if you are planning to run the Operations Manager console on the Operations Manager server itself. This ...
  67. Choose this option if you plan to reinstall DPM and you want to resume the protection schedule or, if you will need to access ...
  68. Choose this option if you want to create a recovery point from the DPM replica without transferring changes. This is useful ...
  69. Choose this option if you want to create an incremental backup. The recovery point creation will be faster but recovery from ...
  70. Choose this option if you want to transfer the changes since the most recent synchronization and then create a recovery point. ...
  71. Choose this option when you want to create a recovery point from the DPM replica without transferring changes. This is useful ...
  72. Choose this option when you want to create an incremental backup. The recovery point creation will be faster but recovery ...
  73. Choose this option when you want to transfer the changes since the most recent synchronization and then create a recovery ...
  74. Choose to send Microsoft anonymous feedback automatically about your hardware and software configurations, and feature usage ...
  75. Chose a path to a cluster shared volume under OS volume]\ClusterStorage as the recovery target, e.g., C:\ClusterStorage\Volume3. ...