Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
CloudRecovery and adding protected data
The CloudRecovery service sees the type of data just like DPM. As you can
see from the following screenshot it knows when you have data such as SQL,
Hyper-V, or SharePoint data.
5. Click Save when you are done.
6. You will end up back on the main screen. On this screen you will notice
many new options. These options are as follows:
° The Summary tab will bring you back to the main screen
° The Backup tab shows you each protected item
° The Restore is where you can perform restores from
° The Reports tab is where you can run reports on your protection so
that you know the health of your backups
° The Properties tab shows you detailed information about your DPM
server such as the OS, hostname, local IP, and agent version. You can
also retrieve your encryption password
You can enable or disable the protection status, you can delete this data from
protection, and you can see information about the protected data.
7. Clicking add new DPM Policy will bring you to the Selection tab where you
can add more data to be protected.
8. Clicking view all policy configurations will give you a list of all the
protection for your DPM server.