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How to enable end-user recovery

Published : April 8, 2005 | Updated : August 17, 2005

Enabling end-user recovery on a DPM server involves configuring Active Directory, and then selecting an option in DPM Administrator Console to enable the end-user recovery feature. For information about the operations involved in configuring Active Directory, see the “Planning Data Protection” chapter in the DPM Planning And Deployment Guide.

To enable end-user recovery on a DPM server

If you are a schema and domain administrator in the domain

  1. In DPM Administrator Console, click the Action menu, and then click Options.

    The Options dialog box is displayed.

  2. On the End-user Recovery tab, click Configure Active Directory.

  3. On the Configure Active Directory dialog box, select Use current credentials or type the user name and password for an account that has both schema and domain administrator privileges.

  4. On the confirmation and notification prompts, click Yes and OK.

  5. After configuration of Active Directory is complete, select the check box for the Enable end-user recovery option, and then click OK.

–Or–

If you are not a schema and domain administrator in the domain

  1. Direct a user who is both a schema and domain administrator to configure the Active Directory schema by running the DPMADSchemaExtension.exe tool on a Windows® Server™ 2003 computer that is a member of the same domain as the DPM server.

  2. In DPM Administrator Console, click the Action menu, and then click Options.

    The Options dialog box is displayed.

  3. On the End-user Recovery tab, select the check box for the Enable end-user recovery option, and then click OK.

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