Data Protection Manager (DPM)
Updated: May 13, 2016
Applies To: System Center 2012 SP1 - Data Protection Manager, System Center 2012 - Data Protection Manager, System Center 2012 R2 Data Protection Manager
Deploy System Center 2012 – Data Protection Manager (DPM) to back up servers, computers, Microsoft workloads, system state, and bare metal recovery (BMR).
|Did you know that Microsoft Azure provides similar functionality in the cloud? Learn more about Microsoft Azure storage solutions.|
Create a hybrid storage solution in Microsoft Azure:
- Configure Azure backup for DPM data
- Learn about Azure backup and how it integrates with your on-premises DPM environment
Get Started with DPM—Learn what’s new, verify system requirements and unsupported scenarios, and get an overview of DPM features.
White Papers—Read white papers from the DPM product and content teams, and the community.
Install and Upgrade DPM—Follow instructions for installing DPM and Central Console, upgrading, repairing, and uninstalling.
Planning a System Center 2012 - DPM Deployment—Plan for DPM server deployment, storage, protection, and recovery. Learn about deploying DPM with Operations Manager.
Install and Upgrade DPM—Deploy storage, the DPM protection agent, and set up protection for computers, servers, and workloads.
Monitor and Manage DPM—Set up DPM monitoring, administer and manage DPM servers and Central Console, set up recovery for protected workloads.
Troubleshoot DPM—Troubleshoot DPM errors and issues.
Cmdlets in System Center 2012 – Data Protection Manager– Data Protection Manager—Learn about deploying, administering, and monitoring DPM using Windows PowerShell
Release Notes for System Center 2012 - Data Protection Manager—Read the DPM release notes.
You can download the latest copy of the DPM documentation from the Microsoft Download Center. Note that downloadable documentation is prepared periodically. The latest content is available from TechNet.