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Recovery
Recovery
There are many cmdlets and ways you can work with recoveries in DPM through the
shell. The following are some of them:
Get-RecoveryPoint returns a list of all available recovery points for a
specified data source. They are use to see what data on certain dates and
times can be recovered. Parameters for this cmdlet are:
° –Datasource : A Windows file system share or volume, Microsoft
SQL Server database, Microsoft Exchange storage group, Microsoft
SharePoint farm, Microsoft Virtual Machine, DPM database, or
system state that is a member of a protection group.
° -Tape : Indicates a tape object.
° –Async : This allows the user to indicate that the cmdlet should run
asynchronously.
Example of syntax:
Get-RecoveryPoint -Datasource $ds
Get-RecoverableItem will output a list of recoverable items in a recovery
point. Parameters for this cmdlet are:
° –BrowseType : Indicates whether to browse only the parent nodes or
to browse the child nodes as well. The valid values are Parent and
Child .
° –SearchOption : Sets the search options as defined in
NewSearchOption .
° –Datasource : A Windows file system share or volume, Microsoft
SQL Server database, Microsoft Exchange storage group, Microsoft
SharePoint farm, Microsoft Virtual Machine, DPM database, or
system state that is a member of a protection group.
° –RecoverableItem : A child item within a recovery point that
can be recovered. For example: a Windows file system share or
volume, Microsoft SQL database, Microsoft Exchange storage group,
Microsoft SharePoint, Microsoft Virtual Machine, Microsoft DPM
database, system state, or a recovery point.
° –RecoveryPointForShares : The recovery point to use.
° –Async : This allows the user to indicate that the cmdlet should run
asynchronously.
 
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