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Updated DSconfig script

Updated DSconfig script

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This updated script is suitable for non-default mount points for CSV volumes


# DSConfig.ps1

$infoText = "This script will generate the DatasourceGroups.xml file in the current path. Once this file is created merge it with the same file name under %programfiles%\Microsoft DPM\DPM\Config directory on the DPM server. Read the documentation for more details."
echo $infoText

$header = "<?xml version=`"1.0`" encoding=`"utf-16`"?> `n <DatasourceGroup xmlns:xsi=`"http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance`" xmlns:xsd=`"http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema`" xmlns=`"http://schemas.microsoft.com/2003/dls/GroupDatasourceByDisk.xsd`">"
$footer = "</DatasourceGroup>"

import-module -name FailoverClusters

$dir = [guid]::NewGuid()
md $dir

$cluster = get-Cluster
$FQDN = $cluster.Name + "." + $cluster.Domain
$res = get-clusterresource | where-object { $_.ResourceType.Name -eq "Virtual Machine Configuration"}
foreach ($r in $res)
$VmObj = Get-ClusterParameter -inputobject $r | where {$_.Name -eq "VmStoreRootPath"} # Identifies the CSV volume on which the VM is hosted.
$VmName = Get-ClusterParameter -inputobject $r | where {$_.Name -eq "VmId"}
$vol = $vmobj.Value.Split("\")[2] # $vol will return to us the Volume<number> of the CSV on which the VM resides.
$line = "<Datasource DatasourceName=`"" + $VmName.Value +"`"" + " ProtectedServerName=`"" + $r.OwnerGroup.Name + "."+ $FQDN +"`"" + " WriterId=`"66841cd4-6ded-4f4b-8f17-fd23f8ddc3de`" />"
echo $line >> $dir\$vol # File VolumeX will contain entries for all VMs hosted on CSV VolumeX

echo $header > DataSourceGroups.xml
$filelist = dir $dir\*
$GroupEndString = "</Group>"
foreach ($file in $filelist)
   $GroupBeginString = "<Group GroupName=`"" + $file.Name + "-" + $FQDN + "`">" # Group name is kept VolumeX itself
   echo $GroupBeginString >> DataSourceGroups.xml
   type $file >> DataSourceGroups.xml # Consolidating groups pertaining to all the volumes.
   echo $GroupEndString >> DataSourceGroups.xml

Remove-Item -Force -Recurse $dir

echo $footer >> DataSourceGroups.xml

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  • how run it. It is not running from cmd prompt