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Microsoft System Center Data Protection Manager 2012 SP1 by Steve Buchanan, Islam Gomaa, Flemming Riis, Robert Hedblom

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Chapter 5. Workload Protection

In this chapter, we will dive deeper into protecting workloads with Data Protection Manager. There are two types of workload protection. The first workload group is Microsoft workload protection and the second one is non-Microsoft workload protection. Microsoft workload protection is for things like server system states and Active Directory. The non-Microsoft workloads are other technologies, such as Linux servers and VMware. Microsoft workloads are supported directly within DPM and non-Microsoft workloads are typically not, but there are known ways to protect them with DPM that are known to work. In regards to the non-Microsoft workloads, you won't be able to call Microsoft if you run into issues unlike with their ...

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