System Center Data Protection Manager 2012 R2

  1. If %ServerName; is configured to use NETBIOS, specify the NETBIOS name. Otherwise specify the DNS name of the workgroup computer. ...
  2. If %ServerName; is configured to use NETBIOS, specify the NETBIOS name. Otherwise specify the DNS name of the workgroup computer. ...
  3. If a SQL instance exists with the specified name, use Get-Datasource -ProductionServer -Inquire cmdlet to refresh the information. ...
  4. If cluster failover has happened during backup, please retry the operation. Otherwise, increase the amount of free space ...
  5. If cluster failover has happened during backup, please retry the operation. Otherwise, increase the amount of free space ...
  6. If it is protected as a SQL Server database then remove the database from protection and recreate the protection group for ...
  7. If no other DPM server is using the server for hosting the DPM database, uninstall the Microsoft System Center DPM Support ...
  8. If no other DPM server is using the SQL instance for hosting the DPM database, Please delete the file from %FolderPath;. ...
  9. If supported, check the front panel of your library to verify that this cleaning operation completed successfully. 2) If ...
  10. If synchronization has not occurred since the last recovery point was created, you can synchronize the replica with the protected ...
  11. If the barcode of this tape has been changed, then click the link below to fix this issue. Refresh barcode on tape <- this ...
  12. If the computer is protected by another DPM server, or if the protection agent has been uninstalled, you can remove the record ...
  13. If the current installation of DPM uses an expired instance of the Evaluation Edition of SQL Server, you must manually upgrade ...
  14. If the data source is a SharePoint farm, then 1) Ensure that "ConfigureSharePoint.exe -EnabledSharePointProtection" has been ...
  15. If the DPM protection agent is installed on this computer, use Add or Remove Programs in Control Panel to uninstall it, and ...
  16. If the DPM protection agent is installed on this computer, use Add or Remove Programs in Control Panel to uninstall it, and ...
  17. If the error has been reported for your Exchange server, it indicates that the Exchange server backup files may be corrupt. ...
  18. If the file is encrypted or compressed, remove the encryption/compression on the file. 2) If not, check if case-sensitivity ...
  19. If the file location path uses a relative path or a UNC path, change the file path to use an absolute path. If the file name ...
  20. If the OS version on the target server is older than the server where backup happened, then recover to a server with a newer ...
  21. If the recovery destination version is SQL 2000 then the database file locations have to be the same as on the original SQL ...
  22. If the replica creation is scheduled for a later time, no action is required. If you have chosen to manually create the replica, ...
  23. If the volume is present, this problem can be rectified by refreshing the state using the Get-Datasource -ProductionServer ...
  24. If this certificate contains a private key, move this certificate to the DPM recovery certificates collection for recovering ...
  25. If this certificate contains a private key, move this certificate to the DPM recovery certificates collection for recovering ...
  26. If this library is associated with an active protection group, modify the protection group to associate it with another library ...
  27. If this protection group contains the recovery points stored forever or on hold, it is recommended to retain the data in ...
  28. If Windows Firewall is enabled, remove DPM related entries from the exceptions list. In Control Panel, click Windows Firewall, ...
  29. If you are fine with unoptimized item-level restores using this recovery point, then dismiss this alert; otherwise in the ...
  30. If you are performing a clean installation of DPM, you must delete the DPM database before you run Setup. If you are upgrading ...
  31. If you are protecting frequently disconnected computers like for which there would be lot of failures when they are not connected, ...
  32. If you are recovering the content database to its original location then the existing database files will be overwritten. ...
  33. If you are recovering to Exchange server which is CCR or LCR, perform following steps: 1. Reseed the replica of the recovered ...
  34. If you are reinstalling DPM on this computer, no action is necessary. If you are not reinstalling DPM, you must uninstall ...
  35. If you are using a shared library, the Refresh operation displays the latest status of the tape and the result of the last ...
  36. If you are using software VSS providers, we recommend that you use hardware providers. For more information go to http:/ ...
  37. If you create a recovery point now, the oldest recovery point will be deleted and cannot be restored. Do you want to continue? ...
  38. If you do not expect to be performing item-level restores using this recovery point, then dismiss this alert; otherwise, ...
  39. If you do not expect to be performing item-level restores using this recovery point, then dismiss this alert; otherwise, ...
  40. If you do not expect to be performing item-level restores using this recovery point, then dismiss this alert; otherwise, ...
  41. If you do not expect to be performing item-level restores using this recovery point, then dismiss this alert; otherwise, ...
  42. If you do not need to recover older data, use the Actions pane to delete inactive replicas and release tape for each unprotected ...
  43. If you do not see the data source you want to protect in the tree below, click the following link for a list of unsupported ...
  44. If you enable end-user recovery, users at client computers can recover files and folders from shares that are protected by ...
  45. If you expect the SharePoint farm to grow further, consider protecting the SharePoint SQL Server databases independently. ...
  46. If you have another copy of this tape, use that instead for the re-catalog operation. If this is the only copy of the tape ...
  47. If you have another copy of this tape, use that instead for the recatalog operation. If this is the only copy of the tape ...
  48. If you have re-imported the management pack recently, the role configuration may be corrupted. Open the DPM-specific roles ...
  49. If you just installed an agent on %ServerName;, the computer might be restarting. Wait a few minutes after Windows starts ...
  50. If you just installed an agent on %ServerName;, the server might be restarting. Wait a few minutes after Windows starts for ...
  51. If you no longer want to protect any data sources on the computer, you can uninstall the protection agent from the computer. ...
  52. If you recently installed a protection agent on %ServerName;, the computer may be restarting. Wait a few minutes after restarting ...
  53. If you recently installed a protection agent on %ServerName;, the computer may be restarting. Wait a few minutes after restarting ...
  54. If you see this error on the primary DPM server then, 1) Check to see if you can reduce the number of express fulls (or file ...
  55. If you see this failure as part of a backup job, then in the Protection task area, select the SQL Server database and click ...
  56. If you use DPM to protect data on NETLOGON or SYSVOL shares on a domain controller, restoring the data using DPM will corrupt ...
  57. If you use the DPM storage pool, you can increase the size of the volumes in the future. If you use custom volumes, you must ...
  58. If you would like to change the sequence number of the IP address, first remove the IP address and then add it to the appropriate ...
  59. If your farm administrator password has expired, please run "ConfigureSharePoint.exe -EnableSharePointProtection" on the ...
  60. If your recovery point volume is offline, bring it online and then run consistency check for the affected data sources. 2) ...
  61. Immediate or scheduled initial replication for client computers is not supported. The initial replication will happen as ...
  62. Import the following Management Packs from the ManagementPacks folder located on the DPM installation DVD or installation ...
  63. Important: Installation of hardware snapshot providers on each node of the protected CSV (Cluster Shared Volume) cluster ...
  64. Important: Installation of hardware snapshot providers on each node of the protected CSV (Cluster Shared Volume) cluster ...
  65. In DPM Administrator Console, click Management on the Navigation bar. On the Agents tab, select the agents, and then click ...
  66. In DPM Administrator Console, in the Management task area, on the Agents tab, click Uninstall to remove the agent record ...
  67. In DPM Administrator Console, in the Protection task area, remove the groups from protection, and then run DPM Setup again. ...
  68. In Internet Explorer, on the Tools menu, click Internet Options. In the Internet Options dialog box, on the Security tab, ...
  69. In SQL Server Management Studio, delete the %DpsDb; database, and then run the program again. If you need to reuse an older ...
  70. In the Certificate Management console, open certificate stores for the Computer account on the DPM server. Add a certificate ...
  71. In the Monitoring task area, group jobs by type and review the job details. If the next scheduled occurrence of this job ...
  72. In the Monitoring task area, group jobs by type and review the job details. If the next scheduled occurrence of this job ...
  73. In the Monitoring task area, resolve the "Unable to configure protection" alert for this data source. 2.Click the link below ...
  74. In the Protection task area, click 'Create recovery point-disk' and select 'Create a recovery point by using express full ...
  75. In the Protection task area, click Modify Protection Group to update the configuration information for the data source on ...