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System Center Data Protection Manager 2010 QFE Rollup [KB 2250444]

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This rollup contains fixes for the issues in Microsoft System Center Data Protection Manager (DPM) 2010 that are described in the Data Protection Manager 2010 KB 2250444
  • Details

    Version:
    Date Published:

    3.0.7706.00

    11/15/2010

    File name:
    File size:

    DataProtectionManager2010-KB2250444.exe

    219.3 MB

      This rollup contains fixes for the issues in Microsoft System Center Data Protection Manager (DPM) 2010 that are described in the Data Protection Manager 2010 KB 2250444.

      Feature Summary:
      This hotfix rollup resolves the following issues:
      • Blocks a backup of an Exchange DAG to a secondary DPM 2010 server.
      • You are prompted to restart a client computer after you install an agent on the client.
      • DPM services crash and you receive the error: Unable to connect to the database because of a fatal database error.
      • MSDPM crashes with event ID 945 in the event log.
      • When you change a Protection Group, add a very large database, change the disk allocation and then commit the Protection Group, DPM 2010 does not honor the user intent and set the sizes of replica and shadow copy volumes to the default sizes.
  • System Requirements

    Supported Operating System

    Windows Server 2008, Windows Server 2008 R2

      You must have System Center Data Protection Manager 2010.
  • Install Instructions

      This Data Protection Manager 2010 rollup package consists of three separate updates.

      To install each update, follow these steps:
      1. Install the rollup package on the server that is running Data Protection Manager 2010. To do this, run the DataProtectionManager2010-KB2250444.exe file on the server.
        Note You must restart the Data Protection Manager server after you install this rollup package.
      2. Update the remote Microsoft SQL Server installation that is hosting the DPMDB database. To do this, run the SqlPrep-KB2250444.msp file on the computer that is running SQL Server.
        Note This step is not required if you are running a SQL Server DPMDB instance on the Data Protection Manager 2010 server.
      3. In the DPM Administrator Console, update the protection agents. To do this, use one of the following methods:
        • Method 1: Update the protection agents from the DPM Administrator Console
          1. Open the DPM Administrator Console.
          2. Click the Management tab, and then click the Agents tab.
          3. Select a computer from the Protected Computer list, and then click Update on the Action pane.
          4. Click Yes, and then click Update Agents.
          5. When you receive the Enter Credentials and Reboot option dialog box, enter your credentials, select the Manually restart the selected servers later option, and then click OK.
            Note You do not have to restart the computer to update the agent. This is why the Manually restart the selected servers later option was selected.
        • Method 2: Update the protection agents on the protected computers
          1. Obtain the update protection agent package from the "Data Protection Manager installation location\DPM\Agents\RA\ 3.0.7706.00 " directory on the Data Protection Manager 2010 server.
            • For x64-based update: amd64\1033\DPMAgentInstaller_KB2250444_AMD64.exe
            Note The DPMAgentInstaller.exe package applies to all languages.
          2. Run the appropriate DPMAgentInstaller.exe package on each protected computer.
          3. Open the DPM Administrator Console on the Data Protection Manager 2010 server.
          4. Click the Management tab, and then click the Agents tab.
          5. Select the protected computers, and then verify that the agent version is listed as 3.0.7706.00.
      4. Run the DPMManagementShell2010-KB2250444.msp file.
        Note This step is not required if you are running the Data Protection Manager Management Shell on the Data Protection Manager 2010 server.

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