The System Center 2012 SP1 UR3 package for DPM was re-released on 8-20-13 and fixes the two issues mentioned in our original article here:
Important Update on DPM 2012 SP1 Update Rollup 3–Issues and Workarounds
At this point you can simply install the new UR3 re-released package available here:
KB2877075 - Rollup 3 for System Center 2012 SP1 - Data Protection Manager (http://catalog.update.microsoft.com/v7/site/Search.aspx?q=2877075)
The new DPM version will be 4.1.3417.0 after applying this update.
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Hello, can this repost be installed over the previous UR3 (4.1.3415.0) or should it be uninstalled first?
DPM rollups cannot be uninstalled so all you should need to do is install the new update.
My DPM2012 has this issue too, however after applying the re-released rollup a month back, I still have a protection group that doesn't create recovery points automatically. DPM 2012 Service Pack 1 version 4.1.3417.0. There are several other Protection Groups that worked fine before and after these changes.
Does this solve this problem?
I am having this big issue. Whenever I turn on the DPM server, the Hyper-V cluster goes down, or some nodes go down. This is a very big issue and the customer is very unsatisfied because all of the company servers and server go down 3-4 times a day. Also, some VMs got corrupted because of the interruptions. I hope that the DPM team together with the Hyper-V CSV guys have finally fixed this.