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Microsoft Data Protection Manager 2010 by Steve Buchanan

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Protecting computers in workgroups and untrusted domains

In DPM 2010 you are able to back up computers that are in workgroups or in untrusted domains. This includes backing up file servers, Hyper-V, SQL, and Exchange in non-trusted domains. Backing up SharePoint in untrusted domains is not supported.

Note

NOTE: DCOM needs to be enabled on the protected server. If this is not enabled you may receive the "incorrect password" error when trying to attach the protected computer of a workgroup or untrusted domain.

The way to protect computers in untrusted domains or workgroups is by using a local user account from the computer you are protecting. This is NTLM authentication that is between DPM and the protected computer using the local user account from ...

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