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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 7. DPM Non-aware Windows Workload Protection

In previous chapters we covered both Microsoft workload protection and non-Microsoft workload protection. In this chapter, we are going to discuss DPM non-aware Microsoft workload protection. What is the difference, you may wonder? DPM non-aware simply means that the Microsoft workloads we will look at here cannot be natively protected by DPM. Yes, DPM can protect them but you typically need to set up the protection manually. This means knowing all the components of these workloads, in order to know what has to be protected to ensure successful restores.

When DPM can protect a workload natively, you simply go into DPM and select the data to protect and it will back up the components needed for ...

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