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bhargavpandya -> What Microsoft application can be virtualised and supported? (25.Apr.2012 6:07:20 AM)

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that is ....

What Microsoft application can be virtualised and supported?
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bhargavpandya -> RE: What Microsoft application can be virtualised and supported? (30.Apr.2012 1:29:15 AM)

Admins,

anybody have ever installed DPM 2010 in Guest OS?




Scott Lowe -> RE: What Microsoft application can be virtualised and supported? (1.May2012 3:36:53 AM)

Bhargav,

It is theoretically possible to deploy DPM into a virtual machine. I've done just that in my test lab. You do face some additional challenges when you do so, however. First, DPM needs a ton of disk space, so you need to make sure you expose enough disk space to your DPM virtual machine to meet its needs. Second, you need to have the Hyper-V role installed on a DPM server if you plan to protect Hyper-V virtual machines. You ARE able to activate the Hyper-V role on a virtual machine, but you can't run VMs inside it. That said, it will get DPM to a point where you can protect VMs on Hyper-V servers.

Scott




bhargavpandya -> RE: What Microsoft application can be virtualised and supported? (1.May2012 4:22:22 AM)

Thanks Scott,

i got your point then pls suggest is it recommanded to installed DPM on HyperV Host ? as i have read somewhere as we can not installed DPM on hyperV node as it has cluster service.

compare to both situation which one i have to deside which is more secure than other ..

i need to provide backup solution to business .




Mark.cube -> RE: What Microsoft application can be virtualised and supported? (17.May2012 4:12:43 AM)

Most of the applications. In-fact if you try our Virtual Application Hosting Platform we support all the applications for all the platforms.




carlospenny -> RE: What Microsoft application can be virtualised and supported? (23.May2012 11:58:59 PM)

I have heard from one of my friend that DPM is better for backup and recovery and it would take usually 1 hr to complete the backup of like 50 GB of data and it is far more compatible than the earlier version. 




Scott Lowe -> RE: What Microsoft application can be virtualised and supported? (27.May2012 7:59:42 PM)

Bhargav,

DPM 2012 supports installation inside a Hyper-V guest.

http://www.networksteve.com/?post_type=post&p=5939

I don't think it would be advisable to install DPM on a Hyper-V host root partition.

Scott




Scott Lowe -> RE: What Microsoft application can be virtualised and supported? (27.May2012 8:01:31 PM)

DPM is actually a fantastic backup product. I've used it in an enterprise scenario and have been extremely satisfied. It's continuous data protection feature is excellent and, for most use cases, recovery is not too bad. The one exception is Exchange. There are way too many steps to recovery Exchange information.

Scott




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