Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
• Restoring critical applications with DPM
° Restoring Exchange mailboxes with DPM
° Restoring Hyper-V virtual machines with DPM
° Restoring SharePoint data with DPM
° Restoring SQL databases with DPM
° Configuring and using SQL self service recovery for SQL
In this section we take a look at the basics of DPM recovery as well as using the DPM
client to perform end-user recovery of data.
Recovery overview in the DPM Administrator
As you know by now DPM creates recovery points of each replica in a protection
group. This is when DPM creates a point in time in which you are able to restore data
that DPM has protected. DPM makes it possible to quickly and easily recover your
protected data. DPM gives you an easy to understand interface and the Recovery
Wizard in which to perform the restores. You typically have the option to specify
the restore destination to the original location, a file share, or tape. Restoring data for
specific applications can offer other restore options which we will cover later in this
chapter. DPM gives you the ability to browse or search recovery points for data that
is lost. DPM lists the available versions that can be recovered. You can drill down
into the protected data to find the specific version that needs to be recovered.
To access the DPM recovery section log on to the DPM server.
Open the DPM Administrator Console ; click Recovery on the
Here is an example of what the Recovery section looks like: