Category Archives: Data Protection Manager

Azure Backup – Part 4 – System Center and Azure Backup

On the first post (see here), I explained how the Azure backup works. On this post, I’m explaining how to integrate Azure Backup with System Center Data Protection Manager. If…

Azure Backup – Part 1

One of the first workloads that usually the majority the organizations wants to start to use in Azure is to replace the tape to Cloud Backup. Following the best practices…

Exchange Server 2013 offsite protection using DPM and Microsoft Azure (Part 3)

Hello folks, My third article at MSExchange.org going over the offsite protection of Exchange Server 2013 using DPM and Microsoft Azure is out. Check it out at: http://www.msexchange.org/articles-tutorials/exchange-server-2013/high-availability-recovery/exchange-server-2013-offsite-protection-using-dpm-and-microsoft-azure-part3.html

Using DPM to create a Recovery Point in Microsoft Azure

Using DPM (Data Protection Manager) an administrator is able to create a Recovery Point directly on Backup Vault/Microsoft Azure, and that is going to be the process that we are…

How to create a manual copy of the DPM database

DPM is a great product to protect Microsoft workloads, and now that we can use Azure as long-term repository, to protect the vast majority of workloads (such as Exchange for…

DPM 2012 R2–ID 30146 unkown error protecting Exchange

How to solve the ID 30146 Details: Unknown error (0xc0000135) error when protecting Exchange or SharePoing when using DPM Server 2012 or 2012 R2. Solution In this Tutorial scenario the…