- If enable the EUR, you can’t control on what file servers EUR should be functioning.
- You can’t control which security groups or domain users that should be able to perform the action or not
- Method 1 – Through the DPM Console
- Method 2 – Through the Active Directory domain controller.
- Activating the End-User Recovery
Method 1 – Extend Schema through the DPM Console
Step 1.2 Enter the user credential that has permission to extend the schema in the Active Directory and click OK
Step 1.4 Click OK to confirm.
Method 2 – Extend Schema through Active Directory domain controller
Step 2.1 Log in to the Domain Controller of the domain.
Step 2.6 Key in the FQDN domain name e.g. systemcenter.com and click OK
Step 2.7 Click OK since the DPM server and the Protected server is in the same domain.
Activating the End-User Recovery
Step 3.1 Once the Schema is extended, then switch to the DPM console again. Now you’ll be able to check the Enable End-User Recovery box.
Step 3.2 Once check and click OK, then a pop-up box will appear
Step 3.3 Click OK.
Step 3.4 Do a Synchronization to your file server and your EUR is ready for operations.
Thank you and hope this helps you.
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