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On the Options screen you can choose to recover the data to its original
location or to an alternate location . You can also choose how this recovery
will handle an overwrite operation if there are existing files in the location
you are recovering to. The Advanced Recovery Options button will give you
a set of options for handling logging for this recovery, the ability to use all
bandwidth or to let EVault throttle bandwidth on this recovery, something
called Streams (Streams refers to the properties of the data such as security
settings), and the ability to overwrite locked files for example, if there is an
existing set of files that you are trying to recover and they are locked by the
operating system or services.
Once you are done setting the options you need to click Recover Now to
perform the recovery.
That is an overview of EVault for DPM. It is a really good product and a useful
extension onto the DPM platform. The product has a lot of power and an entire
book could probably be written about it as we were able to only cover some of
the capabilities of the product in this topic. EDPM comes with a robust set of
documentation to help you get up to speed about the product if you decide to
purchase it.
This chapter covered details on backing up your DPM server. We first covered offsite
backup and then cloud backup options. Three of the non-offsite back up solutions
included the Disk-to Disk-to-Tape, backing up DPM with secondary DPM server,
and backing up DPM with third-party software options. There are currently two
vendors that offer cloud backup. By now you should have a better understanding of
what cloud and offsite backups you can do as well as how to get this set up.
In the next chapter we are going to dive into DPM PowerShell.
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