Knowing how to manipulate DPM by way of PowerShell can come in handy in many situations. For example, I had a case to where I was troubleshooting the DPM console that was crashing and there was a concern as to whether or not recovery points where being made for specific protection groups. Using the PowerShell command we could not only verify this, but we could create a recovery point to any protection group we wished. Another example would be if you wanted to delete some recovery points to reclaim some disk space. Recovery points cannot be deleted by the GUI so you have to use PowerShell to accomplish that goal.
This video covers how to use PowerShell to both create and delete recovery points:
Shane Brasher | Senior DPM Support Escalation Engineer
When I run the prune script it does not return any data.
PS C:\Program Files\Microsoft DPM\DPM\bin> pruneshadowcopiesDpm2010.ps1
PS C:\Program Files\Microsoft DPM\DPM\bin>
What could be wrong?
Any help will be apreciated.
Every time I goto look at this video its says"Sorry this video is temporarily unavailable. Please try again later" its been like this for a couple of days now, has it been removed?