Sunday, September 11, 2016

SCDPM – Protecting SQL 2012 & above.

To protect SQL Server 2012 or SQL Server 2014, the following must be done.

  • Login to SQL Server Management Studio


  • Add the system account NTAuthority\System to the Sysadmin group on SQL Server
  • DPM cannot protect databases that are stored on remote SMB stores
  • Availability group replicas are configured as read-only
  • When you perform an alternate location recovery for a partially contained database, you must ensure that the target SQL instance has the Contained Databases feature enabled

Hope the above illustration helps



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