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Disk management
° –Confirm : Asks the user to confirm the action.
° –PassThru : Using the -PassThru parameter allows such cmdlets to
be part of a pipeline.
Example of syntax:
Disable-DPMLibrary -DPMLibrary $DPMLib
Disk management
Disk management functions can be done easily enough through the DPM
Administrator Console. You also have the option to perform disk management tasks
through DMS as well:
Add-DPMDisk can be used to add a new drive to the DPM storage pool.
Parameters for this cmdlet are:
° –DPMDisk : A disk that is part of a storage pool.
Example of syntax:
Add-DPMDisk -DPMDisk $DPMDisk
Remove-DPMDisk can be used to remove a drive from the DPM storage pool.
Parameters for this cmdlet are:
° –DPMDisk : A disk that is part of a storage pool.
Example of syntax:
Remove-DPMDisk -DPMDisk $DPMDisk
Protection
The cmdlets in this section relate to the Protection area in the DPM Console:
Get-ProtectionGroup retrieves a full list of the protection groups
on your DPM server. This cmdlet does not make the protection group
modifiable; you must use the Get-ProtectionGroup with the
GetModifiableProtectionGroup cmdlet to modify protection groups.
Parameters for this cmdlet are:
° –DPMServerName : The name of a DPM server.
° –Async : This allows the user to indicate that the cmdlet should run
asynchronously. This is useful with cmdlets that take a long time
to complete. The control returns to the user immediately after the
operation starts. The progress of the operation is communicated to the
user periodically. This is useful when building a GUI using cmdlets. It
is not used when working with the DPM Management Shell.
 
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