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Protecting SQL Server with DPM
Now we are going to cover adding SQL databases from a SQL instance to a
protection group in DPM. The following are the steps to start protecting your SQL
Go to the DPM Administrator Console.
Click on the Protection tab.
Click on either Create protection group or Modify protection group if you
already have one created:
4. Expand your SQL server.
5. Expand All SQL Servers .
Expand the SQL instances you want to protect data on.
Select the SQL databases that you want to protect:
NOTE : In the previous screenshot some of the databases, the ones that
are outlined, do not have checkboxes next to them. This is because
they are SharePoint databases and are already protected as SharePoint
protection members. You do have the option to simply protect SharePoint
databases here but you will not have the same benefits DPM 2010 offers
by protecting your SharePoint environment as a SharePoint data type in
DPM. It is recommend to use the built-in SharePoint protection.