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DPM scripts
Notice they all have the extension .ps1 . That is how you can tell which files in the
DPM bin directory are DMS script files. You can edit these scripts by opening them
in Windows Notepad or another text editor of your choice. If you need to modify
one of these scripts before using it, it is recommended that you copy it and then
use the script copy. You can run any of these scripts from the DMS. Any of these
files ending with an extension of .ps1 can be run from PowerShell. Some of these
scripts are used by DPM and you wouldn't want to cause issues by modifying
the default scripts. These scripts are only a few of many DPM scripts you can find
online. IT professionals will sometimes write their own DPM scripts and share
them. You can find more DPM scripts here a t Microsoft's TechNet Script Center
Repository: http://gallery.technet.microsoft.com/scriptcenter/site/
search?f%5B0%5D.Type=RootCategory&f%5B0%5D.Value=systems&f%5B0%5D.
Text=System%20Center&f%5B1%5D.Type=SubCategory&f%5B1%5D.
Value=protection&f %5B1%5D.Text=Data%20Protection%2 0Manager%202007 and
on System Center Central at http://www.systemcenterc entral.com/Default.
aspx?tabid=143&IndexID=76863 .
Some of the types of scripts you will find in these repositories are:
• Get registry settings across multiple boxes to ix System State errors
• Find 100 GB of unused space in DPM 2010
• DPM Disk Allocated
• Get Protection Group Details
• Force Mark Tape As Free
• Export DPM Recovery points
NOTE : The majority of DPM scripts you will find online
are for DPM 2007 but will work with DPM 2010. It is
always recommended that you test a script on a test
DPM server before running it on production.
 
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