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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 6. DPM-aware Windows Workload Protection

In the previous chapter, we covered workload protection with DPM. This included general Windows server workloads such as Active Directory (AD), bare metal restore (BMR), system state, and many more. In the previous chapter, we also covered general non-Microsoft server workloads such as VMware and Linux.

In this chapter we will cover more Microsoft workloads. The difference between the previous chapter and this chapter is that, in this chapter we will cover Microsoft application workloads that DPM is aware of. What we mean by DPM being aware of certain workloads is that DPM understands what specific application the data that is being protected belongs to. In this chapter, we will also cover content ...

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