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Installing Protection Agents on Computers in a Workgroup or Untrusted Domain

更新日期: 2010年5月

適用於: System Center Data Protection Manager 2010

If you are installing a protection agent on a computer that is not in an Active Directory domain, you must manually install the protection agent first, and then attach it in DPM Administrator Console. This topic describes how to attach a protection agent on a computer in a workgroup or a domain that does not have a two-trust relationship with the domain that the DPM server is located in.

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Before performing the following procedure, you must first manually install the protection agent on the target computer. For step-by-step instructions for manually installing a protection agent, see Installing Protection Agents Manually.

To install an agent on a computer in a workgroup or untrusted domain

  1. In DPM Administrator Console, on the navigation bar, click Management, and then click the Agents tab.

  2. In the Actions pane, click Install.

    The Protection Agent Installation Wizard opens.

  3. On the Select Agent Deployment Method page, select Attach agents, select Computer in workgroup or untrusted domain, and then click Next.

  4. On the Select Computers page, in the Computer name box, type the name of the computer that you want to add to the DPM server. Enter the user credentials for the user account that you created on the computer when you manually installed the protection agent, click Add, and then click Next.

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    You can add one or more computers at one time up to a maximum of 50 computers.

  5. On the Summary page, click Attach.

After installing the agent, you need to run SetDpmServer and specify the local user credentials which would be used for authentication. A local user account will be created and the DPM protection agent would be configured to use this account for authentication.

Syntax: SetDpmServer.exe -dpmServerName <serverName> -isNonDomainServer -userName <userName> [-productionServerDnsSuffix <DnsSuffix>]

 

Parameter Description

-IsNonDomainServer

Specifies that this server is in a workgroup or an untrusted domain.

-UserName

Creates an NT user account with the specified username for this server to communicate with DPM server. This option should be used along with -IsNonDomainServer.

-ProductionServerDnsSuffix

In case there are multiple DNS suffixes configured for this server, ProductionServerDnsSuffix represents the DNS suffix which DPM server will use to communicate with this server.

-DpmServerName

Name of the DPM server. FQDN if DPM server and protected computer are accessible to each other using FQDNs. NETBIOS if DPM server and protected computer are accessible to each other using NETBIOS names.

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