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Issues that are fixed in System Center 2012 Data Protection Manager SP1 Update Rollup 5

Issues that are fixed in System Center 2012 Data Protection Manager SP1 Update Rollup 5

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download432433System Center 2012 Data Protection Manager Service Pack 1 Update Rollup 5 (UR5) is now available. This update includes the following:

Issue 1: Lots of concurrent threads or calls to Microsoft SQL Server from the Data Protection Manager (DPM) console cause slow SQL Server performance. When this issue occurs, the DPM console runs out of connections to SQL Server and may hang or crash.

Issue 2: The DPM console crashes, and an error that resembles the following is logged:

Paths that begin with \\?\GlobalRoot are internal to the kernel and should not be opened by managed applications.

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For all the details and download instructions, please see the following:

KB2904723 - Issues that are fixed in System Center 2012 Data Protection Manager SP1 Update Rollup 5 (http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2904723)

J.C. Hornbeck | Solution Asset PM | Microsoft GBS Management and Security Division

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  • What's new for the agents? Why is there an update for the agents if the only fixes are related to the console?

  • Simon, For me there is no update required for the agents. Not sure why you do.