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Backup network
° –Tag : Helps distinguish the replies to each asynchronous call made
by a cmdlet. This is useful when building a GUI using cmdlets. It is
not used when working with the DPM Management Shell.
Example of syntax:
Get-RecoverableItem -RecoverableItem $rp -BrowseType child
Remove-RecoveryPoint can remove recovery points from tape or disk.
Parameters for this cmdlet are:
° –RecoveryPoint : The recovery point to use.
° –Confirm : Asks the user to confirm the action.
° –ForceDeletion : Indicates that the data source will be pruned even
if a backup job is currently running.
Example of syntax:
Remove-RecoveryPoint -RecoveryPoint $rp
Backup network
DPM has the ability to choose a network card that all backup traffic travels across.
This is helpful if you have a separate network that is dedicated to backup only.
If you need to keep backup traffic off your main production network this is a
cmdlet you should be familiar with. Selecting the network to back up to is a task
that cannot be performed by using DPM Administrator Console. The following
cmdlets are available:
Add-BackupNetworkAddress specifies a backup network for the server to
use. Parameters for this cmdlet are:
° –DPMServerName : The name of a DPM server.
° –Address : The IP address or subnet mask of the network.
° –SequenceNumber : Specifies the priority of the address for use as
backup.
Example of syntax:
Add-BackupNetworkAddress –DpmServername Buchdpm -Address
192.168.2.10/24 6 -SequenceNumber 1
Remove-BackupNetworkAddress stops a DPM server from trying to use a
specified network for backup. Parameters for this cmdlet are:
° –DPMServerName : The name of a DPM server.
° –Address : The IP address or subnet mask of the network.
 
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