Posted: Sat, Apr 14th '12    
System Center 2012 Data Protection Manager | Migration
Hans Brender . Page Views: 19
Seit dem 1.4.2012 für MSDN User und für Microsoft Partner und VL-Kunden verfügbar. Der System Center 2012 Data Protection Manager (SCDPM). Einen Überblick über den SCDPM 2012 erfahren Sie hier. Hier erfahren sie die letzten Änderungen. Generelle Neuheiten sind hier beschrieben. Die neue Administrator Konsole wird ausführlich hier beschrieben. Was wie gesichert wird, das schreibt der SCDPM in eine Instanz des SQL Servers. Nicht die Sicherungsdaten, die liegen für eine kurzfristige Si [read more].
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