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Document Naming Conventions

Updated: April 21, 2010

Applies To: System Center Data Protection Manager 2010

In general, product references in System Center Data Protection Manager (DPM) 2010 Help refer to abbreviated names of Microsoft products or components. The following table lists both the full names and the abbreviated versions of the names for each Microsoft product or component referenced in DPM 2010 Help.

 

Product or component name Referred to in DPM Help as

DPM 2010 Administrator Console

DPM Administrator Console or the console

Microsoft ASP.NET 2.0

ASP.NET 2.0

Microsoft Internet Explorer

Internet Explorer

Microsoft Office Excel 2007

Excel 2007 or Excel

Microsoft Office Professional Edition 2007

Microsoft Office Basic Edition 2007

Microsoft Office Small Business Edition 2007

Microsoft Office Standard Edition 2007

Microsoft Office Personal Edition 2007

Office 2007

Microsoft Office Word 2007

Word 2007 or Word

Microsoft Operations Manager 2005

MOM 2005 or MOM

System Center Operations Manager 2007

Operations Manager

Microsoft SQL Server

SQL Server

Microsoft SQL Server Reporting Services

SQL Server Reporting Services or Reporting Services

Microsoft System Center Data Protection Manager 2010

Data Protection Manager 2010, DPM 2007, or DPM

System Center Data Protection Manager 2010 Agent Coordinator

DPM Agent Coordinator or agent coordinator

System Center Data Protection Manager 2010 Protection Agent

DPM Protection Agent, protection agent, or agent

System Center Data Protection Manager 2010 Management Pack

DPM 2010 Management Pack or DPM Management Pack

Volume Shadow Copy Service

VSS

Document Naming Conventions

DPM Help contains a number of references to product documentation that is either integrated with the DPM product or available on the Web. The following table lists both the full names and the abbreviated versions of the names of each document referenced in DPM 2010 Help.

 

Document Referred to in DPM Help as

System Center Data Protection Manager 2010 Planning Guide

Planning a DPM 2010 Deployment

System Center Data Protection Manager 2010 Deployment Guide

Deploying DPM 2010

System Center Data Protection Manager 2010 Operations Guide

DPM 2010 Operations Guide

System Center Data Protection Manager 2010 Upgrade Guide

Upgrading DPM 2006 to DPM 2010

System Center Data Protection Manager 2010 Troubleshooting Guide

DPM 2010 Troubleshooting Guide

System Center Data Protection Manager 2010 Getting Started Guide

DPM 2010 Getting Started Guide

System Center Data Protection Manager 2010 Walkthrough

DPM 2010 Walkthrough

System Center Data Protection Manager 2010 System Requirements

DPM 2010 System Requirements

System Center Data Protection Manager 2010 Management Pack Guide

DPM 2010 Management Pack Guide

System Center Data Protection Manager 2010 Release Notes

DPM 2010 Release Notes

System Center Data Protection Manager 2010 Release Notes

DPM 2010 Known Issues

Text Conventions

The conventions listed in the following table are used in DPM 2010 Help to distinguish elements of the text.

 

Convention Use

Bold

Represents user interface elements such as actions in the Actions pane, commands on menus and buttons, dialog box titles and options, and icon and menu names. Commands, command options, and syntax that must be typed exactly as shown are also bold.

<text>

In syntax statements or descriptive text, indicates variable names or placeholders for which you or DPM may supply a specific value.

Italic

Used to introduce new terms and for book titles.

Title case

Indicates dialog box names, column names, user names, computer names, directory names, and folder and file names, except when specifically referring to case-sensitive names.

Reader Alert Conventions

Reader alerts are used throughout DPM Help to notify you of both supplementary and essential information. The following table explains the meaning of each alert.

 

Reader Alert Meaning
noteNote

Alerts you to supplementary information that is useful to the completion of a task.

ImportantImportant

Alerts you to supplementary information that is essential to the completion of a task.

CautionCaution

Alerts you to possible data loss, security issues, or other more serious problems.

WarningWarning

Warns you that failure to take or avoid a specific action might result in a malfunction of the hardware or software.

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