Friday, March 19, 2010 12:15:00 PM
With the introduction of non-domain member protection in DPM 2010, there seems to be some confusion using the SetDpmServer.exe. Over at the Ctrl-P blog, they posted clarification on the correct syntax.
Basically you can use either:
(A) the [-updatepassword] with the [-isNonDomainServer] parameters together
(B) the combination [-isNonDomainServer] and [-userName <userName> [-productionServerDnsSuffix <DnsSuffix>]]
Not (A) and (B) at the same time.
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Wednesday, February 10, 2010 11:15:00 AM
If you wanted to refresh the information on an agent in DPM 2007, you had to refresh the information on all the agents which was a real pain if you had a high number of agents. This issue has now been addressed in DPM 2010, now you can select a single agent, hit the "Refresh information" button and it will just refresh the info for that one agent. No more will I have to sit and wait for the one agent I am interested in to refresh while all the other agents refresh first.
This is only a minor change but a very helpful improvement.
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Wednesday, December 30, 2009 1:03:49 AM
Attaching manually installed DPM agents to a DPM server has just become a bit simpler in DPM 2010.
The same process needs to be followed to install an agent manually as in DPM 2007 which can be found here http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb870935.aspx.
Where it has got simpler is attaching the agent to the DPM server. Previously you needed to open the DPM Command Shell and run a PowerShell script (Attach-ProductionServer.ps1) with the relevant parameters, now you just use the normal install wizard and select "Attach agents".
After selecting... read more