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Set-DPMGlobalProperty

Updated: November 1, 2008

Applies To: System Center Data Protection Manager 2007

 

Date Topic Section

May 2008

Cmdlet Help

New Information

July 2008

The AllowLocalDataProtection Parameter

New Information

New Information

Cmdlet Help

Allows you to set global properties for this DPM installation.

 

Parameter Description Mandatory Value from Pipeline Value from Pipeline by Property Name Value from Arguments Position

DPMServerName

Name of the DPM server

Yes

No

No

No

0

PropertyName

Name of the DPM global property

Yes

No

No

No

1

OptimizeTapeUsage

Indicates whether Tape Data Colocation has been enabled.

This is a Boolean value and can be set to True or False. If set to True, it indicates that Tape Data Colocation has been enabled on the specified DPM server. If set to False, it indicates that Tape Data Colocation has not been enabled on the specified DPM server.

Yes

No

No

No

0

TapeWritePeriodRatio

Indicates the number of days for which data can be written on to a tape as a ratio of the retention period of the first data set written to the tape.

For example, if the retention period for the first data set written to a tape, where Tape Data Colocation is enabled, is 100 days, and you set the Write-Period ratio as 0.15, data will be written to the tape for 15 days from the day on which the data set was written to the tape. After this period, the tape will be marked as offsite ready.

The value can range from 0 – 1.

The OptimizeTapeUsage parameter should be set to True to set TapeWritePeriodRatio for a DPM server.

Yes

No

No

No

0

The AllowLocalDataProtection Parameter

 

Description Mandatory Value from Pipeline Value from Pipeline by Property Name Value from Arguments Position

Indicates whether the user wants to protect data sources on the local DPM server.

No

No

No

No

0

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