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    There have been a couple other threads with this error, but the solutions do not apply to this situation.

    Event ID : 24

    Reason: Backup started a fresh backup for volume '{00000000-0000-0000-0000-000000000000}' ('Esp') : [Reason: 'Volume size changed']. This may cause loss of older backup versions when backup completes.

    Result: All backup copies are wiped.

    Backup_Error Log Contents: Application backup *-----------------------------*

    Server 2012 R2 Datacenter using Windows Server Backup to an iSCSI target which is 10TiB in size.

    Server happily formats the 10TiB and has no complaints when backing up to the target. But it never uses all the space, the maximum we have seen is 4.7TiB.

    The backup will generally complete around 14-16 copies, then the next backup will wipe all history stating the error above.

    We have tried wiping the NAS and rebuilding the WSB Schedule with no change to the outcome.

    I've not found any limits on the amount the server will backup or the target having a limit, so please enlighten me if there is such a limit.

    Any one have any ideas/thoughts? Or do we simply need to abandon WSB and move to an alternative product.


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    I run windows server 2012 R2 in our organization, It has WSUS, DOmain, DNS,DHCP servers running among others

    SO i noticed the a hard ware error on the disk where window server is , now when i login into the server, the screen just flickers and i cant do anything.

    Under server manager, the drive C doesnt even show the volume label and disk error " the IO operation at logical block address 0x2f9fdc0 for Disk 0(PDO name:\Device\00000033) failed due to a hardware error

    Faulting application name: explorer.exe, version: 6.3.9600.17667, time stamp: 0x54c6f7c2
    Faulting module name: twinui.dll, version: 6.3.9600.17415, time stamp: 0x54503c45
    Exception code: 0xc0000006
    Fault offset: 0x00000000000448fb
    Faulting process id: 0x3f18
    Faulting application start time: 0x01d22b618067621f
    Faulting application path: C:\Windows\explorer.exe
    Faulting module path: C:\Windows\system32\twinui.dll
    Report Id: be7cd6ad-9754-11e6-80ef-441ea139d23a
    Faulting package full name: 
    Faulting package-relative application ID: 

    Anyway, so I have purchased another Server disk and i want to remove the faulty disk and reinstall the new disk and put windows server 2012 there, 

    I had also created another replica domain 2 for replication purposes and the Domain users/computers/DNS have replicated. i.e I can see the users in the new created domain server , as such i assume replication as happened.

    I tried doing a sytem state backup but i guess because of the disk failing , it just hangs, apparently users are able still to access the other shared folders, internet, and other domain services, but because of the warning in the server and flickering i have to replace the disk

    so my question are before i remove and insert the new disk in our server do i need to transfer the FSMO roles to the new server i created for replication?

    what else do i need to observe and do before replacing the disk

    thank you


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    Hello everybody,

    since a couple of years now, I am backing up my 2008 R2 Server (DC and fileserver) with Microsoft Windows Server backup. For this task I am using five external USB HDDs (2TB). My server contains a 120 GB system drive and a 2 TB volume for storing data of our fileserver as well as different backups from other servers. My data drive is relatively full. I have about 900 GB of data stored, 800 GB free. So on my 2TB destination drives, the first full backup only uses about 1,2 TB of space. The rest, 800 GB, should be availavble for the smaller incremental backups (I know it's not a real incremental backup because of VSS, but WSB also calls it incremental)

    I am backing up daily and this worked perfectly fine for years. I always had about 50 to 80 backups available because the daily rate of change was always relatively small. The first time WSB backs up all the data, and the following ones, it only copied a very small ammount (the changed data), which was maybe 5 or 6 GB at most. This is also the maximum amount of data changed per day. The fileserver with userdata changes at most 1GB, the rest are smaller backups, coming from other servers.

    Since some time now, I have a problem with this. Windows Server Backup copies too much data per day. Sometimes "only" 30GB but some times also 60GB or 90 GB. This can never be the ammount of changed data. Because of that, the 2TB destination drive can only store about 5-8 backups, instead of much more as before.

    Because I can not see, which files are really copied, I can't find where the problem is. I first thought it has something to do with our DFSR fileserver. But WSB does not back up the staging, conflicts and dfsrprivate folders by default (registry key "FilesNotToBackup").

    I did a simple file based search in the explorer, searching for files which changed the last day. The results are as expected only about 3 GB big.

    I already deleted my backup schedule completely, recreated it from scratch and also formatted all my drives in this step, so it is totally clean. But I have the same problem. The last 4 days, I had the same destination drive connected. First day, full backup all data, next day 40gb, next day 99gb.

    I do not know what I can do.


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    - Have a Hyper-V Host (Server Core) that I want to backup to a locally attached USB Disk.

    - Have a 2012 R2 management server where I have installed the Windows Backup feature as well.

    Although it's not possible to connect to the remote Hyper-V host from the Windows Backup GUI directly (very strange and I can not understand this), it's possible to launch "Computer Management", connect to the remote Hyper-V host, and then launch the Windows Backup GUI from inside the computer management.

    Can successfully configure and monitor the Windows Server Backup jobs this way. However, when I try to recover anything from the Hyper-V Host to an alternate location, absolutely no recovery  destination is accepted. Have tried a path on the management server, as well as on the Hyper-V host, but always getting the following error:

    How can I recover anything from the Hyper-V host from the Windows Backup GUI? Recover data directly on the Hyper-V host with wbadmin.exe or any scripts is much too complicated for our service desk employees.

    Thank you in advance for any help.

    Franz



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  • 10/24/16--14:00: Expired Tombstone
  • Hi how would i restore my server with an expired tombstone lifetime. My latest backup has exceeded 180 days. Can Any body help ? My server is a windows server 2008 r2.

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    am using windows server 2008 r2 . and use to login in  remote desktop connection . every time    I will  use disconnect option  come out of the session  . but unfortunately, this time I <g class="gr_ gr_17 gr-alert gr_gramm gr_disable_anim_appear Grammar only-ins replaceWithoutSep" data-gr-id="17" id="17">used</g> log off option. but when I try to reconnect . the background of server gone black . this also happened in all the virtual machines too. just the background and  wallpaper not the desktop icons . I want to get back my usual desktop .. pls help me with this .


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    Dear Server Expert,

    We have Physical server running windows server 2012 and I actually scheduling it to backup the Hyper V VMs that resides in this server that running windows server 2008 R2. Recently, I found that my backup is always failed with the error. Have checked the shared drive permission, but the issue still persist. I don't have issue last month. the error message is below:

    please advise.

    thanks


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    Environment:

    Windows Server 2012 R2 Essentials running in VirtualBox in a Windows 7 host. Networking is configured and works fine.

    Background:

    My only backup needs are to copy the contents of two folders to a NAS folder every day at 2 AM.

    I configured a backup schedule in Windows Server Backup (wbadmin) to a network location which is hosted as a Samba share on a Synology NAS.

    For authentication, I created a backup user which has the same username and password as a user on the Samba share, with permission to read and write the backup folder. I added this user to the Backup Operators group.

    Problem:

    When I try to run the Backup Once operation to test my backup, I get the following error message:

    "Windows Backup cannot read the backup destination."

    What I've tried:

    I verified that the location is directly accessible in Windows by copying and pasting the address from the Windows Server Backup destination into explorer. Providing the backup user credentials opened the location and creating/reading files worked fine.

    Adding the backup user to the Administrators group did not have an effect.

    Update 2014-02-18

    I checked the backup destination and was surprised to find that the scheduled backup actually completes successfully.However, Backup Once always results in the above error message. So the problem is confined to the "Backup Once" operation.



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  • 09/26/16--06:30: Server 2012R2 backup
  • i was taking backups on an external HD.  i copied the files using robocopy to another device and the backups are not recognized.  any ideas why?  i retained the permissions and all files.

    Thank you,


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    Hello everybody,

    since a couple of years now, I am backing up my 2008 R2 Server (DC and fileserver) with Microsoft Windows Server backup. For this task I am using five external USB HDDs (2TB). My server contains a 120 GB system drive and a 2 TB volume for storing data of our fileserver as well as different backups from other servers. My data drive is relatively full. I have about 900 GB of data stored, 800 GB free. So on my 2TB destination drives, the first full backup only uses about 1,2 TB of space. The rest, 800 GB, should be availavble for the smaller incremental backups (I know it's not a real incremental backup because of VSS, but WSB also calls it incremental)

    I am backing up daily and this worked perfectly fine for years. I always had about 50 to 80 backups available because the daily rate of change was always relatively small. The first time WSB backs up all the data, and the following ones, it only copied a very small ammount (the changed data), which was maybe 5 or 6 GB at most. This is also the maximum amount of data changed per day. The fileserver with userdata changes at most 1GB, the rest are smaller backups, coming from other servers.

    Since some time now, I have a problem with this. Windows Server Backup copies too much data per day. Sometimes "only" 30GB but some times also 60GB or 90 GB. This can never be the ammount of changed data. Because of that, the 2TB destination drive can only store about 5-8 backups, instead of much more as before.

    Because I can not see, which files are really copied, I can't find where the problem is. I first thought it has something to do with our DFSR fileserver. But WSB does not back up the staging, conflicts and dfsrprivate folders by default (registry key "FilesNotToBackup").

    I did a simple file based search in the explorer, searching for files which changed the last day. The results are as expected only about 3 GB big.

    I already deleted my backup schedule completely, recreated it from scratch and also formatted all my drives in this step, so it is totally clean. But I have the same problem. The last 4 days, I had the same destination drive connected. First day, full backup all data, next day 40gb, next day 99gb.

    I do not know what I can do.


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    Hello Friends,

    I am facing Windows Image backup failed with following error "The backup operation that started at '‎2016‎-‎09‎-‎29T15:30:19.165612500Z' has failed with following error code '0x8078014D' (There was a failure in updating the backup for deleted items.). Please review the event details for a solution, and then rerun the backup operation once the issue is resolved".

    Windows Server version - 2012R2 Standard.

    Log Name:      Microsoft-Windows-BackupSource:        Microsoft-Windows-BackupDate:          9/29/2016 9:07:27 PMEvent ID:      5Task Category: NoneLevel:         ErrorKeywords:      User:          SYSTEM Computer:      XXXXXXXXXXDescription:The backup operation that started at '2016-09-29T15:30:19.165612500Z' has failed with following error code '0x8078014D' (There was a failure in updating the backup for deleted items.). Please review the event details for a solution, and then rerun the backup operation once the issue is resolved.Event Xml:<Event xmlns="http://schemas.microsoft.com/win/2004/08/events/event">  <System>    <Provider Name="Microsoft-Windows-Backup" Guid="{1DB28F2E-8F80-4027-8C5A-A11F7F10F62D}" />    <EventID>5</EventID>    <Version>3</Version>    <Level>2</Level>    <Task>0</Task>    <Opcode>0</Opcode>    <Keywords>0x4000000000000000</Keywords>    <TimeCreated SystemTime="2016-09-29T15:37:27.619425900Z" />    <EventRecordID>1863</EventRecordID>    <Correlation />    <Execution ProcessID="156" ThreadID="4400" />    <Channel>Microsoft-Windows-Backup</Channel>    <Computer>XXXXXXXXX</Computer>    <Security UserID="S-1XXX" />  </System>  <EventData>    <Data Name="BackupTemplateID">{2BB1F66E-7E8B-42DC-9396-0824F430D4FC}</Data>    <Data Name="HRESULT">0x8078014d</Data>    <Data Name="DetailedHRESULT">0x8078004f</Data>    <Data Name="ErrorMessage">%%2155348301</Data>    <Data Name="BackupState">12</Data>    <Data Name="BackupTime">2016-09-29T15:30:19.165612500Z</Data>    <Data Name="BackupTarget">\\DC-JKT\Backup-JKT\DC-JKT</Data>    <Data Name="NumOfVolumes">1</Data>    <Data Name="VolumesInfo">&lt;VolumeInfo&gt;&lt;VolumeInfoItem Name="C:" OriginalAccessPath="C:" State="7" HResult="-2139618995" DetailedHResult="0" PreviousState="15" IsCritical="1" IsIncremental="0" BlockLevel="0" HasFiles="0" HasSystemState="1" IsCompacted="0" IsPruned="1" IsRecreateVhd="0" FullBackupReason="4" DataTransferred="0" NumUnreadableBytes="0" TotalSize="0" TotalNoOfFiles="0" Flags="1572" BackupTypeDetermined="1" SSBTotalNoOfFiles="0" SSBTotalSizeOnDisk="0" /&gt;&lt;/VolumeInfo&gt;</Data>    <Data Name="SourceSnapStartTime">2016-09-29T15:30:19.134336600Z</Data>    <Data Name="SourceSnapEndTime">2016-09-29T15:31:30.095919100Z</Data>    <Data Name="PrepareBackupStartTime">&lt;TimesList&gt;&lt;Time Time="1601-01-01T00:00:00.000Z" /&gt;&lt;/TimesList&gt;</Data>    <Data Name="PrepareBackupEndTime">&lt;TimesList&gt;&lt;Time Time="1601-01-01T00:00:00.000Z" /&gt;&lt;/TimesList&gt;</Data>    <Data Name="BackupWriteStartTime">&lt;TimesList&gt;&lt;Time Time="1601-01-01T00:00:00.000Z" /&gt;&lt;/TimesList&gt;</Data>    <Data Name="BackupWriteEndTime">&lt;TimesList&gt;&lt;Time Time="1601-01-01T00:00:00.000Z" /&gt;&lt;/TimesList&gt;</Data>    <Data Name="TargetSnapStartTime">1601-01-01T00:00:00.000000000Z</Data>    <Data Name="TargetSnapEndTime">1601-01-01T00:00:00.000000000Z</Data>    <Data Name="DVDFormatStartTime">&lt;TimesList&gt;&lt;/TimesList&gt;</Data>    <Data Name="DVDFormatEndTime">&lt;TimesList&gt;&lt;/TimesList&gt;</Data>    <Data Name="MediaVerifyStartTime">&lt;TimesList&gt;&lt;/TimesList&gt;</Data>    <Data Name="MediaVerifyEndTime">&lt;TimesList&gt;&lt;/TimesList&gt;</Data>    <Data Name="BackupPreviousState">16</Data>    <Data Name="ComponentStatus">&lt;ComponentStatus&gt;&lt;/ComponentStatus&gt;</Data>    <Data Name="ComponentInfo">&lt;ComponentInfo&gt;&lt;/ComponentInfo&gt;</Data>    <Data Name="SSBEnumerateStartTime">1601-01-01T00:00:00.000000000Z</Data>    <Data Name="SSBEnumerateEndTime">1601-01-01T00:00:00.000000000Z</Data>    <Data Name="SSBVhdCreationStartTime">1601-01-01T00:00:00.000000000Z</Data>    <Data Name="SSBVhdCreationEndTime">1601-01-01T00:00:00.000000000Z</Data>    <Data Name="SSBBackupStartTime">1601-01-01T00:00:00.000000000Z</Data>    <Data Name="SSBBackupEndTime">1601-01-01T00:00:00.000000000Z</Data>    <Data Name="SystemStateBackup">&lt;SystemState IsPresent="1" HResult="-2139618995" DetailedHResult="-2139619249" /&gt;</Data>    <Data Name="BMR">&lt;BMR IsPresent="0" HResult="0" DetailedHResult="0" /&gt;</Data>    <Data Name="VssFullBackup">false</Data>    <Data Name="UserInputBMR">false</Data>    <Data Name="UserInputSSB">true</Data>    <Data Name="BackupSuccessLogPath">C:\Windows\Logs\WindowsServerBackup\Backup-29-09-2016_15-30-19.log</Data>    <Data Name="BackupFailureLogPath">C:\Windows\Logs\WindowsServerBackup\Backup_Error-29-09-2016_15-30-19.log</Data>    <Data Name="EnumerateBackupStartTime">&lt;TimesList&gt;&lt;Time Time="1601-01-01T00:00:00.000Z" /&gt;&lt;/TimesList&gt;</Data>    <Data Name="EnumerateBackupEndTime">&lt;TimesList&gt;&lt;Time Time="1601-01-01T00:00:00.000Z" /&gt;&lt;/TimesList&gt;</Data>    <Data Name="PruneBackupStartTime">&lt;TimesList&gt;&lt;Time Time="1601-01-01T00:00:00.000Z" /&gt;&lt;/TimesList&gt;</Data>    <Data Name="PruneBackupEndTime">&lt;TimesList&gt;&lt;Time Time="1601-01-01T00:00:00.000Z" /&gt;&lt;/TimesList&gt;</Data>    <Data Name="BackupFlags">0x9</Data>    <Data Name="ComponentInfoSummary">&lt;ComponentInfoSummary ComponentInfoArrayPresent="1" TotalComponents="0" SucceededComponents="0" /&gt;</Data>  </EventData></Event>

     

    Thanks in Advance


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    Dear All ,

    i facing a typical problem with my windows server 2012 backup.

    Recently we started using server 2012 standard , after installing the server backup feature, we ran server backup the following error keeps coming for us

    " system writer is not found in the backup " .

    can some one please help me to sort this

    thanks ,

    RAM


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    I've been having problems backing up the System State, or doing any kinds of imaging (Acronis, Replay...) for my Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1. Free space is plenty on the destination drive, so that can't be an issue.

    I suspect the System Reserved is the culprit, since it has only 11.3 MB free space left. Is there any way that I can increase the free space on System Reserved to solve this problem? Any help is much appreciated.


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    Hi, just got a completed backup with warning 0x80990f91.

    The failed file list is as followed:

    DATA FAILURE0x80990f91 G:\Shares\Files\Clients\XXXXXXXXXX\1. Admin\2. Engagement Letter\161027 XXXXXXXXX_Engagement Letter.pdf

    The Server is running windows server 2012 r2.

    Any solution guys?


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    Hello,

    I have an HP server has internal USB port which <g class="gr_ gr_55 gr-alert gr_tiny gr_spell gr_run_anim ContextualSpelling multiReplace" data-gr-id="55" id="55">i</g> can plug 256GB <g class="gr_ gr_65 gr-alert gr_spell gr_run_anim ContextualSpelling ins-del multiReplace" data-gr-id="65" id="65">usb</g> flash drive in.  I would like to backup my server to that USB flash drive but it is not showing up in the windows backup.  

    Is there another way to backup your server to USB flash drive.

    Current OS is  Windows server 2008 R2.  will upgrade to Windows server 2012 r2 soon.

    Thank you for your help.


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    I have a server 2008r2 (SBS 2011) USB drive with a backup on it I need to restore from a second time.
    First restore worked.. But I screwed up and missed the second volume (data) and need to run the restore again. but it won't work now.

    all attempts to 'see' the backup fail !
    In fact WBADMIN says there is no backup there (mounted USB drive as i:)

    C:\>wbadmin get versions -backuptarget:i:
    wbadmin 1.0 - Backup command-line tool
    (C) Copyright 2013 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved.

    ERROR - No backup was found.

    I have closely compared the files to other good backup and all the correct (as far as I can tell) folders, .XML, and VHD files are there.

    The odd thing is I've already restored from this USB drive once already

    Ignoring the fun and games to do this in a VM...

    I mounted the drive through, booted from the DVD/ISO, selected repair and it ran..
    Like a plank, I forgot to re-arrange the volumes, format the C and D and even restore the D drive.
    So I need to do it again, but it won't.. the backup set that worked for a restore 3 days ago now says it's not there.

    Does the restore process somehow kill the backup?
    How do I get it back.

    Directory listing of backup drive:

    C:\>dir /s i:
     Volume in drive I is Backup Drive 1
     Volume Serial Number is 762B-8D58
     Directory of I:\
    08/05/2012  23:01    <DIR>          WindowsImageBackup
                   0 File(s)              0 bytes
     Directory of I:\WindowsImageBackup
    08/05/2012  23:01    <DIR>          .
    08/05/2012  23:01    <DIR>          ..
    18/10/2016  12:11    <DIR>          SERVER-01
                   0 File(s)              0 bytes
     Directory of I:\WindowsImageBackup\SERVER-01
    18/10/2016  12:11    <DIR>          .
    18/10/2016  12:11    <DIR>          ..
    26/10/2016  12:36    <DIR>          Backup 2016-10-18 110008
    18/10/2016  12:11    <DIR>          Catalog
    08/05/2012  23:01                16 MediaId
    08/05/2012  23:27    <DIR>          SPPMetadataCache
                   1 File(s)             16 bytes
     Directory of I:\WindowsImageBackup\SERVER-01\Backup 2016-10-18 110008
    26/10/2016  12:36    <DIR>          .
    26/10/2016  12:36    <DIR>          ..
    17/10/2016  23:32             1,078 2edc4444-355c-4999-a73c-d14d5d108e16_AdditionalFilesc3b9f3c7-5e52-4d5e-8b20-19adc95a34c7.xml
    17/10/2016  23:32           324,412 2edc4444-355c-4999-a73c-d14d5d108e16_Components.xml
    17/10/2016  23:32             7,236 2edc4444-355c-4999-a73c-d14d5d108e16_RegistryExcludes.xml
    17/10/2016  23:32             6,002 2edc4444-355c-4999-a73c-d14d5d108e16_Writer12ce4370-5bb7-4c58-a76a-e5d5097e3674.xml
    17/10/2016  23:32             1,934 2edc4444-355c-4999-a73c-d14d5d108e16_Writer2a40fd15-dfca-4aa8-a654-1f8c654603f6.xml
    17/10/2016  23:32             1,746 2edc4444-355c-4999-a73c-d14d5d108e16_Writer35500004-0201-0000-0000-000000000000.xml
    17/10/2016  23:32             1,450 2edc4444-355c-4999-a73c-d14d5d108e16_Writer35e81631-13e1-48db-97fc-d5bc721bb18a.xml
    17/10/2016  23:32             1,390 2edc4444-355c-4999-a73c-d14d5d108e16_Writer368753ec-572e-4fc7-b4b9-ccd9bdc624cb.xml
    17/10/2016  23:32             8,530 2edc4444-355c-4999-a73c-d14d5d108e16_Writer4969d978-be47-48b0-b100-f328f07ac1e0.xml
    17/10/2016  23:32             3,662 2edc4444-355c-4999-a73c-d14d5d108e16_Writer4dc3bdd4-ab48-4d07-adb0-3bee2926fd7f.xml
    17/10/2016  23:32             1,488 2edc4444-355c-4999-a73c-d14d5d108e16_Writer542da469-d3e1-473c-9f4f-7847f01fc64f.xml
    17/10/2016  23:32             1,630 2edc4444-355c-4999-a73c-d14d5d108e16_Writer59b1f0cf-90ef-465f-9609-6ca8b2938366.xml
    17/10/2016  23:32             2,024 2edc4444-355c-4999-a73c-d14d5d108e16_Writer6f5b15b5-da24-4d88-b737-63063e3a1f86.xml
    17/10/2016  23:32            11,258 2edc4444-355c-4999-a73c-d14d5d108e16_Writer76fe1ac4-15f7-4bcd-987e-8e1acb462fb7.xml
    17/10/2016  23:32             1,484 2edc4444-355c-4999-a73c-d14d5d108e16_Writera6ad56c2-b509-4e6c-bb19-49d8f43532f0.xml
    17/10/2016  23:32             3,844 2edc4444-355c-4999-a73c-d14d5d108e16_Writerafbab4a2-367d-4d15-a586-71dbb18f8485.xml
    17/10/2016  23:32             1,850 2edc4444-355c-4999-a73c-d14d5d108e16_Writerb2014c9e-8711-4c5c-a5a9-3cf384484757.xml
    17/10/2016  23:32             6,376 2edc4444-355c-4999-a73c-d14d5d108e16_Writerbe000cbe-11fe-4426-9c58-531aa6355fc4.xml
    17/10/2016  23:32             1,934 2edc4444-355c-4999-a73c-d14d5d108e16_Writerbe9ac81e-3619-421f-920f-4c6fea9e93ad.xml
    17/10/2016  23:32             7,110 2edc4444-355c-4999-a73c-d14d5d108e16_Writercd3f2362-8bef-46c7-9181-d62844cdc0b2.xml
    17/10/2016  23:32             2,398 2edc4444-355c-4999-a73c-d14d5d108e16_Writerd76f5a28-3092-4589-ba48-2958fb88ce29.xml
    17/10/2016  23:32             5,032 2edc4444-355c-4999-a73c-d14d5d108e16_Writerda452614-4858-5e53-a512-38aab25c61ad.xml
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    28/10/2016  18:43   259,591,831,552 84f41d66-5419-11e4-98f8-001b21d214c8.vhd
    17/10/2016  23:32             1,620 BackupSpecs.xml
    18/10/2016  12:11        62,932,992 ec501f43-92b9-11e1-b04a-806e6f6e6963.vhd
    17/10/2016  23:25   265,329,897,984 ec501f44-92b9-11e1-b04a-806e6f6e6963.vhd
                  27 File(s) 524,985,069,890 bytes
     Directory of I:\WindowsImageBackup\SERVER-01\Catalog
    18/10/2016  12:11    <DIR>          .
    18/10/2016  12:11    <DIR>          ..
    17/10/2016  23:32         3,543,506 BackupGlobalCatalog
    18/10/2016  12:11         3,543,506 GlobalCatalog
                   2 File(s)      7,087,012 bytes
     Directory of I:\WindowsImageBackup\SERVER-01\SPPMetadataCache
    08/05/2012  23:27    <DIR>          .
    08/05/2012  23:27    <DIR>          ..
                   0 File(s)              0 bytes
         Total Files Listed:
                  30 File(s) 524,992,156,918 bytes
                  15 Dir(s)  1,475,133,304,832 bytes free
    C:\>

    Thanks in advance

    David (Nobby) Barnes



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  • 10/30/16--23:23: Windows Server Backup Failes
  • I have windows server 2012 R2 standard edition server which have configured windows server Scheduled backup.

    it was working fine before recently i am getting the fails in backup with error message in windows server backup console

    status:Failed .More Data is Available.

    and in the event viewer it showing the following error message.

    The description for Event ID 517 from source Microsoft-Windows-Backup cannot be found. Either the component that raises this event is not installed on your local computer or the installation is corrupted. You can install or repair the component on the local computer.

    If the event originated on another computer, the display information had to be saved with the event.
    e following information was included with the event: 

    30/10/2016 4:30:09 PM
    2147942634
    %%2147942634

    The locale specific resource for the desired message is not present

    friendly view 

    - System
    - Provider
    [ Name] Microsoft-Windows-Backup
    [ Guid] {1DB28F2E-8F80-4027-8C5A-A11F7F10F62D}
    EventID 517
    Version 1
    Level 2
    Task 0
    Opcode 0
    Keywords 0x8000000000000000
    - TimeCreated
    [ SystemTime] 2016-10-30T16:32:23.097426700Z
    EventRecordID 37987
    Correlation
    - Execution
    [ ProcessID] 21708
    [ ThreadID] 10364
    Channel Application
    Computer ELLSERVER.ELL.LOCAL
    - Security
    [ UserID] S-1-5-18
    - EventData
    BackupTime 2016-10-30T16:30:09.480448600Z
    ErrorCode 0x800700ea
    ErrorMessage %%2147942634

    i am totally confused about this error and getting frustrated.

    please help me


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    My issue is that I’m trying to recover a virtual machine that neither windows server backup or wbadmin command is able to find the recovery files for. This issue only arises when I manually copy and paste the recovery files to a different location then try to recover. If I recover straight from the original backup location there are no problems. I assume this is some sort of catalog error, but is there some work around? I want to do this so I can make a copy of backups periodically, verify they work by testing a recovery, and move them to another location for redundancies sake. 

    Thanks,


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    I have tried searching for answers to my specific issue but could not find any resolution so posting a question.

    I see a Inconsistent shadow copy in VSS for System Writer when doing vssadmin list writers.

    When taking a scheduled server backup (Windows Server 2012 R2), I see the following in Event logs (one for VSS and one for SPP source).

    It was working fine all these years until I started mucking around with deleting backups.  Here's what I think triggered these errors.  I noticed that my backup folder was growing in size (more than twice the volume that I am backing up) and I saw that I had lots of old backups (25+), so I used wssadmin delete backup command to start deleting specific versions and when I got tired of doing it one by one, I did a wssadmin delete backup -keepVersions:5 or some number.  After these steps, subsequent backups I started noticing these errors and now I cannot take a backup without these errors/warnings.

    I tried searching for these errors but I could not get to solving my issue.  I am not clear on why I have an inconsistent shadow copy or which volume/filename/directory name or volume label is being referred to in the event log errors.

    Can someone please help me get rid of this error?  Now I am worried that my backups are not going to be good anymore.

    Thanks for your help.

    GetVolumePathName is fail on the path , winerror 0x0000007b.
    0x8007007b, The filename, directory name, or volume label syntax is incorrect.
    Operation: PrepareForSnapshot Event Context: Execution Context: Writer Writer Class Id: {e8132975-6f93-4464-a53e-1050253ae220} Writer Name: System Writer Writer Instance ID: {79850a1a-024f-442e-a9c0-007d7c7031c7}
    System Writer
    The shadow-copy set only contains only a subset of the volumes needed to correctly backup the selected components of the writer. (0x800423F0)
    01000000B8120000991200000000000042BEB7C511CAC619E59C92030000000000000000


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    Greetings, 

    I am attempting to install DPM 2016 on a Server 2016 VM.   When running the installer I am told that a "prerequisite (HyperVPowerShell) has been installed.  Restart the computer and run the application again".

    Unfortunately, when I restart I get the message "We couldn't complete the features Undoing changes".  

    I have verified through the GUI that I have added through PS ALL of the required features, and restarts behave as expected.  It is only after running the DPM 2016 installer that it thinks it installs additional features that are then rolled back on reboot.

    Thanks again for your assistance and advice in Getting DMP2016 installed.

    Here is a clean copy of a single install log file refferenced in the image:

    [11/1/2016 11:43:07 PM] Information : Microsoft System Center 2016 Data Protection Manager setup started.
    [11/1/2016 11:43:07 PM] Data : Mode of setup = User interface
    [11/1/2016 11:43:07 PM] Data : OSVersion = Microsoft Windows NT 10.0.14393.0
    [11/1/2016 11:43:07 PM] Information : Check if the media is removable
    [11/1/2016 11:43:07 PM] Data : Folder Path = C:\Program Files\Microsoft System Center 2016\DPM
    [11/1/2016 11:43:07 PM] Data : Drive Name = C:\
    [11/1/2016 11:43:07 PM] Data : Drive Type = 3
    [11/1/2016 11:43:07 PM] Information : Check attributes of the directory
    [11/1/2016 11:43:07 PM] Data : Folder Path = C:\Program Files\Microsoft System Center 2016\DPM
    [11/1/2016 11:43:07 PM] Data : File Attributes = Directory
    [11/1/2016 11:43:07 PM] Information : Check if the media is removable
    [11/1/2016 11:43:07 PM] Data : Folder Path = C:\Program Files\Microsoft Data Protection Manager
    [11/1/2016 11:43:07 PM] Data : Drive Name = C:\
    [11/1/2016 11:43:07 PM] Data : Drive Type = 3
    [11/1/2016 11:43:07 PM] Information : Check attributes of the directory
    [11/1/2016 11:43:07 PM] Data : Folder Path = C:\Program Files\Microsoft Data Protection Manager
    [11/1/2016 11:43:07 PM] * Exception : Ignoring the following exception intentionally => System.IO.FileNotFoundException: Could not find file 'C:\Program Files\Microsoft Data Protection Manager'.
    File name: 'C:\Program Files\Microsoft Data Protection Manager'
       at System.IO.__Error.WinIOError(Int32 errorCode, String maybeFullPath)
       at System.IO.File.GetAttributes(String path)
       at Microsoft.Internal.EnterpriseStorage.Dls.Setup.Wizard.InstallLocationValidation.CheckForDirectoryAttributes(String path)
    [11/1/2016 11:43:07 PM] Information : Check if the media is removable
    [11/1/2016 11:43:07 PM] Data : Folder Path = C:\Program Files\Microsoft System Center 2016\DPM\DPM\DPMDB
    [11/1/2016 11:43:07 PM] Data : Drive Name = C:\
    [11/1/2016 11:43:07 PM] Data : Drive Type = 3
    [11/1/2016 11:43:07 PM] Information : Check attributes of the directory
    [11/1/2016 11:43:07 PM] Data : Folder Path = C:\Program Files\Microsoft System Center 2016\DPM\DPM\DPMDB
    [11/1/2016 11:43:07 PM] * Exception : Ignoring the following exception intentionally => System.IO.DirectoryNotFoundException: Could not find a part of the path 'C:\Program Files\Microsoft System Center 2016\DPM\DPM\DPMDB'.
       at System.IO.__Error.WinIOError(Int32 errorCode, String maybeFullPath)
       at System.IO.File.GetAttributes(String path)
       at Microsoft.Internal.EnterpriseStorage.Dls.Setup.Wizard.InstallLocationValidation.CheckForDirectoryAttributes(String path)
    [11/1/2016 11:43:09 PM] Information : The setup wizard is initialized.
    [11/1/2016 11:43:09 PM] Information : Starting the setup wizard.
    [11/1/2016 11:43:10 PM] Information : <<< Dialog >>> Welcome Page : Entering
    [11/1/2016 11:43:13 PM] Information : <<< Dialog >>> Welcome Page : Leaving
    [11/1/2016 11:43:13 PM] Information : <<< Dialog >>> Inspect Page : Entering
    [11/1/2016 11:43:29 PM] Information : Query WMI provider for path of configuration file for SQL Server 2008 Reporting Services.
    [11/1/2016 11:43:29 PM] Information : Querying WMI Namespace: \\SYSTEMCENTER\root\Microsoft\SqlServer\ReportServer\RS_SYSTEMCENTERDB\V12\admin for query: SELECT * FROM MSReportServer_ConfigurationSetting WHERE InstanceName='SYSTEMCENTERDB'
    [11/1/2016 11:43:30 PM] Data : Path of configuration file for SQL Server 2008 Reporting Services = C:\Program Files\Microsoft SQL Server\MSRS12.SYSTEMCENTERDB\Reporting Services\ReportServer\RSReportServer.config
    [11/1/2016 11:43:32 PM] Information : OS >= win 8 , enable Dedupe role
    [11/1/2016 11:43:36 PM] Information : output : True
    .. 
     error : 
    [11/1/2016 11:43:36 PM] Data : Path of inspection output xml = C:\Program Files\Microsoft System Center 2016\DPM\DPMLogs\InspectReport.xml
    [11/1/2016 11:43:36 PM] Information : Instantiating inspect component.
    [11/1/2016 11:43:36 PM] Data : Path of output xml = C:\Program Files\Microsoft System Center 2016\DPM\DPMLogs\InspectReport.xml
    [11/1/2016 11:43:36 PM] Information : Deserializing the check XML from path : C:\Users\rnelson\AppData\Local\Temp\DPM18D8.tmp\DPM2012\Setup\checks.xml
    [11/1/2016 11:43:36 PM] Information : Loading the check XML from path : C:\Users\rnelson\AppData\Local\Temp\DPM18D8.tmp\DPM2012\Setup\checks.xml
    [11/1/2016 11:43:36 PM] Information : Deserialising the scenario XML from path : C:\Users\rnelson\AppData\Local\Temp\DPM18D8.tmp\DPM2012\Setup\scenarios.xml
    [11/1/2016 11:43:36 PM] Information : Loading the check XML from path : C:\Users\rnelson\AppData\Local\Temp\DPM18D8.tmp\DPM2012\Setup\scenarios.xml
    [11/1/2016 11:43:36 PM] Information : Getting scenarios for the product: DPM
    [11/1/2016 11:43:36 PM] Information : Getting scenarios for DPM
    [11/1/2016 11:43:36 PM] Information : Getting scenario for Mode:Install, DbLocation:Remote, SKU:Retail and CCMode:NotApplicable
    [11/1/2016 11:43:36 PM] *** Error : Initialize the SQLSetUpHelper Object
    [11/1/2016 11:43:36 PM] Information : [SQLSetupHelper.GetWMIReportingNamespace]. Reporting Namespace found. Reporting Namespace : V12
    [11/1/2016 11:43:36 PM] Information : [SQLSetupHelper.GetWMISqlServerNamespace]. SQL Namespace found. SQL Namespace : \\SYSTEMCENTER\root\Microsoft\SqlServer\ComputerManagement11
    [11/1/2016 11:43:36 PM] Information : [SQLSetupHelper.GetWMISqlServerNamespace]. SQL Namespace found. SQL Namespace : \\SYSTEMCENTER\root\Microsoft\SqlServer\ComputerManagement12
    [11/1/2016 11:43:36 PM] Information : Query WMI provider for SQL Server 2008.
    [11/1/2016 11:43:36 PM] Information : Querying WMI Namespace: \\SYSTEMCENTER\root\Microsoft\SqlServer\ComputerManagement11 for query: Select * from SqlServiceAdvancedProperty where ServiceName='MSSQL$SYSTEMCENTERDB' and PropertyName='Version'
    [11/1/2016 11:43:36 PM] * Exception :  => System.Management.ManagementException: Provider load failure 
       at System.Management.ManagementException.ThrowWithExtendedInfo(ManagementStatus errorCode)
       at System.Management.ManagementObjectCollection.ManagementObjectEnumerator.MoveNext()
       at Microsoft.Internal.EnterpriseStorage.Dls.Setup.Inspect.InspectHelper.GetSqlServerVersion(String instanceName, String sqlServerMachineName, ConnectionOptions wmiConnectionOptions, String sqlNameSpace)
    [11/1/2016 11:43:36 PM] * Exception : Expecting the following exception. Ignoring intentionally.  => System.Management.ManagementException: Provider load failure 
       at System.Management.ManagementException.ThrowWithExtendedInfo(ManagementStatus errorCode)
       at System.Management.ManagementObjectCollection.ManagementObjectEnumerator.MoveNext()
       at Microsoft.Internal.EnterpriseStorage.Dls.Setup.Inspect.InspectHelper.GetSqlServerVersion(String instanceName, String sqlServerMachineName, ConnectionOptions wmiConnectionOptions, String sqlNameSpace)
       at Microsoft.Internal.EnterpriseStorage.Dls.Setup.Inspect.InspectHelper.DetectSqlServer(String instanceName, String sqlServerMachineName, ConnectionOptions wmiConnectionOptions, String sqlNameSpace)
    [11/1/2016 11:43:36 PM] Information : SQL Server 2008 R2 SP2 instance SYSTEMCENTERDB is not present on this system.
    [11/1/2016 11:43:36 PM] Information : Query WMI provider for SQL Server 2008.
    [11/1/2016 11:43:36 PM] Information : Querying WMI Namespace: \\SYSTEMCENTER\root\Microsoft\SqlServer\ComputerManagement12 for query: Select * from SqlServiceAdvancedProperty where ServiceName='MSSQL$SYSTEMCENTERDB' and PropertyName='Version'
    [11/1/2016 11:43:39 PM] Information : SQL Server 2008 R2 SP2 instance SYSTEMCENTERDB is present on this system.
    [11/1/2016 11:43:39 PM] Information : Query WMI provider for SQL Server 2008.
    [11/1/2016 11:43:39 PM] Information : Querying WMI Namespace: \\SYSTEMCENTER\root\Microsoft\SqlServer\ComputerManagement12 for query: Select * from SqlServiceAdvancedProperty where ServiceName='MSSQL$SYSTEMCENTERDB' and PropertyName='Version'
    [11/1/2016 11:43:39 PM] Information : [SQLSetupHelper.GetSQLDepedency]. Reporting Namespace and SQL namespace for installed SQL server which will be used as DPM DB. Reporting Namespace : \\SYSTEMCENTER\root\Microsoft\SqlServer\ReportServer\RS_SYSTEMCENTERDB\V12\admin SQL Namespace : \\SYSTEMCENTER\root\Microsoft\SqlServer\ComputerManagement12
    [11/1/2016 11:43:39 PM] Information : Check if SQL Server 2012 Service Pack 1 Tools is installed.
    [11/1/2016 11:43:39 PM] Information : [SQLSetupHelper.GetSqlServerCodeNumber]. SQL Server Code : 120
    [11/1/2016 11:43:39 PM] Information : Inspect.CheckSqlServerTools : MsiQueryProductState returned : INSTALLSTATE_DEFAULT
    [11/1/2016 11:43:39 PM] Information : [SQLSetupHelper.GetSqlServerVersion]. SQL Server Version : 12.2.5000.0
    [11/1/2016 11:43:39 PM] Information : [SQLSetupHelper.GetCompleteSQLCMDPath]. Sql cmd tool found. sqlcmd.exe Location: "C:\Program Files\Microsoft SQL Server\Client SDK\ODBC\110\Tools\Binn\SQLCMD.EXE"
    [11/1/2016 11:43:39 PM] Information : Inspect context initialized with 
    SQL Server namespace: \\SYSTEMCENTER\root\Microsoft\SqlServer\ComputerManagement12
    Reporting namespace: \\SYSTEMCENTER\root\Microsoft\SqlServer\ReportServer\RS_SYSTEMCENTERDB\V12\admin
    SqlServerDetected: True
    [11/1/2016 11:43:39 PM] Information : **************************************************************************************
    [11/1/2016 11:43:39 PM] Information : Start Inspect.
    [11/1/2016 11:43:39 PM] Information : Getting checks for the group : Common
    [11/1/2016 11:43:39 PM] Information : Getting checks for the group : Install
    [11/1/2016 11:43:39 PM] Information : Getting checks for the group : Retail
    [11/1/2016 11:43:39 PM] Information : Getting checks for the group : Remote
    [11/1/2016 11:43:39 PM] Information : Check if the machine role is Domain Controller.
    [11/1/2016 11:43:39 PM] Information : Querying WMI Namespace: \\localhost\root\cimv2 for query: SELECT * FROM Win32_ComputerSystem
    [11/1/2016 11:43:39 PM] Data : Localhost in Computer role = 3
    [11/1/2016 11:43:39 PM] Information : The machine role is not a Domain Controller.
    [11/1/2016 11:43:39 PM] Data : checkId = Processor
    [11/1/2016 11:43:39 PM] Information : Running the check: Processor
    [11/1/2016 11:43:39 PM] Information : Getting the check for the checkId : Processor
    [11/1/2016 11:43:39 PM] Information : Calling the method: CheckProcessor
    [11/1/2016 11:43:39 PM] Information : Check processor configuration.
    [11/1/2016 11:43:39 PM] Information : Query WMI provider for configuration of processor.
    [11/1/2016 11:43:39 PM] Information : Querying WMI Namespace: \\localhost\root\cimv2 for query: SELECT * FROM Win32_Processor
    [11/1/2016 11:43:40 PM] Data : Clock speed of processor = 2400
    [11/1/2016 11:43:40 PM] Data : Manufacturer of processor = GenuineIntel
    [11/1/2016 11:43:40 PM] Information : Adding the check result entry for checkId: Processor and result: 0
    [11/1/2016 11:43:40 PM] Information : Got Error Message: Check Succeeded
    [11/1/2016 11:43:40 PM] Data : Result = 0
    [11/1/2016 11:43:40 PM] Data : checkId = Memory
    [11/1/2016 11:43:40 PM] Information : Running the check: Memory
    [11/1/2016 11:43:40 PM] Information : Getting the check for the checkId : Memory
    [11/1/2016 11:43:40 PM] Information : Calling the method: CheckPhysicalMemory
    [11/1/2016 11:43:40 PM] Information : Check the amount of RAM.
    [11/1/2016 11:43:40 PM] Information : Query WMI provider for configuration of memory.
    [11/1/2016 11:43:40 PM] Information : Querying WMI Namespace: \\localhost\root\cimv2 for query: SELECT * FROM Win32_OperatingSystem
    [11/1/2016 11:43:40 PM] Data : Found memory = 16776208
    [11/1/2016 11:43:40 PM] Data : Total amount of memory = 16776208
    [11/1/2016 11:43:40 PM] Information : Adding the check result entry for checkId: Memory and result: 0
    [11/1/2016 11:43:40 PM] Information : Got Error Message: Check Succeeded
    [11/1/2016 11:43:40 PM] Data : Result = 0
    [11/1/2016 11:43:40 PM] Data : checkId = KB962975
    [11/1/2016 11:43:40 PM] Information : Running the check: KB962975
    [11/1/2016 11:43:40 PM] Information : Getting the check for the checkId : KB962975
    [11/1/2016 11:43:40 PM] Information : Calling the method: CheckWindowsHotfix
    [11/1/2016 11:43:40 PM] Information : Check if KB962975 QFE is applied.
    [11/1/2016 11:43:40 PM] Information : KB962975 QFE is applied on this system.
    [11/1/2016 11:43:40 PM] Information : Check if KB962975 QFE is applied.
    [11/1/2016 11:43:40 PM] Information : KB962975 QFE is applied on this system.
    [11/1/2016 11:43:40 PM] Information : Adding the check result entry for checkId: KB962975 and result: 0
    [11/1/2016 11:43:40 PM] Information : Got Error Message: Check Succeeded
    [11/1/2016 11:43:40 PM] Data : Result = 0
    [11/1/2016 11:43:40 PM] Data : checkId = KB975759
    [11/1/2016 11:43:40 PM] Information : Running the check: KB975759
    [11/1/2016 11:43:40 PM] Information : Getting the check for the checkId : KB975759
    [11/1/2016 11:43:40 PM] Information : Reading the registry key Software\Microsoft\Microsoft Data Protection Manager\Setup\KB975759.
    [11/1/2016 11:43:40 PM] Information : Registry Key Software\Microsoft\Microsoft Data Protection Manager\Setup\KB975759 is absent.
    [11/1/2016 11:43:40 PM] Information : Calling the method: CheckWindowsHotfix
    [11/1/2016 11:43:40 PM] Information : Check if KB975759 QFE is applied.
    [11/1/2016 11:43:40 PM] Information : KB975759 QFE is applied on this system.
    [11/1/2016 11:43:40 PM] Information : Check if KB975759 QFE is applied.
    [11/1/2016 11:43:40 PM] Information : KB975759 QFE is applied on this system.
    [11/1/2016 11:43:40 PM] Information : Adding the check result entry for checkId: KB975759 and result: 0
    [11/1/2016 11:43:40 PM] Information : Got Error Message: Check Succeeded
    [11/1/2016 11:43:40 PM] Data : Result = 0
    [11/1/2016 11:43:40 PM] Data : checkId = KB2279787
    [11/1/2016 11:43:40 PM] Information : Running the check: KB2279787
    [11/1/2016 11:43:40 PM] Information : Getting the check for the checkId : KB2279787
    [11/1/2016 11:43:40 PM] Information : Calling the method: CheckWindowsHotfix
    [11/1/2016 11:43:40 PM] Information : Check if KB2279787 QFE is applied.
    [11/1/2016 11:43:40 PM] Information : KB2279787 QFE is applied on this system.
    [11/1/2016 11:43:40 PM] Information : Check if KB2279787 QFE is applied.
    [11/1/2016 11:43:40 PM] Information : KB2279787 QFE is applied on this system.
    [11/1/2016 11:43:40 PM] Information : Adding the check result entry for checkId: KB2279787 and result: 0
    [11/1/2016 11:43:40 PM] Information : Got Error Message: Check Succeeded
    [11/1/2016 11:43:40 PM] Data : Result = 0
    [11/1/2016 11:43:40 PM] Data : checkId = KB2223201
    [11/1/2016 11:43:40 PM] Information : Running the check: KB2223201
    [11/1/2016 11:43:40 PM] Information : Getting the check for the checkId : KB2223201
    [11/1/2016 11:43:40 PM] Information : Calling the method: CheckWindowsHotfix
    [11/1/2016 11:43:40 PM] Information : Check if KB2223201 QFE is applied.
    [11/1/2016 11:43:40 PM] Information : KB2223201 QFE is applied on this system.
    [11/1/2016 11:43:40 PM] Information : Adding the check result entry for checkId: KB2223201 and result: 0
    [11/1/2016 11:43:40 PM] Information : Got Error Message: Check Succeeded
    [11/1/2016 11:43:40 PM] Data : Result = 0
    [11/1/2016 11:43:40 PM] Data : checkId = MonadSoftware
    [11/1/2016 11:43:40 PM] Information : Running the check: MonadSoftware
    [11/1/2016 11:43:40 PM] Information : Getting the check for the checkId : MonadSoftware
    [11/1/2016 11:43:40 PM] Information : Calling the method: CheckMonadSoftware
    [11/1/2016 11:43:40 PM] Information : Detect if PowerShell is installed.
    [11/1/2016 11:43:40 PM] Data : Installed Version of Windows PowerShell. = 10.0.14393.0
    [11/1/2016 11:43:40 PM] Data : Minimum Required version of Windows PowerShell. = 6.0.6002.18111
    [11/1/2016 11:43:40 PM] Information : Required version of PowerShell software is installed on this system.
    [11/1/2016 11:43:40 PM] Information : Adding the check result entry for checkId: MonadSoftware and result: 0
    [11/1/2016 11:43:40 PM] Information : Got Error Message: Check Succeeded
    [11/1/2016 11:43:40 PM] Data : Result = 0
    [11/1/2016 11:43:40 PM] Data : checkId = DotNetRequiresReboot
    [11/1/2016 11:43:40 PM] Information : Running the check: DotNetRequiresReboot
    [11/1/2016 11:43:40 PM] Information : Getting the check for the checkId : DotNetRequiresReboot
    [11/1/2016 11:43:40 PM] Information : Calling the method: CheckDotNetRequiresReboot
    [11/1/2016 11:43:40 PM] Information : Check if reboot is required because of Dot Net installation.
    [11/1/2016 11:43:40 PM] Information : Reading the registry key Software\Microsoft\Microsoft Data Protection Manager\Setup\DotNetRequiredReboot.
    [11/1/2016 11:43:40 PM] Information : Registry Key Software\Microsoft\Microsoft Data Protection Manager\Setup\DotNetRequiredReboot is absent.
    [11/1/2016 11:43:40 PM] Information : Reboot is not required.
    [11/1/2016 11:43:40 PM] Information : Adding the check result entry for checkId: DotNetRequiresReboot and result: 0
    [11/1/2016 11:43:40 PM] Information : Got Error Message: Check Succeeded
    [11/1/2016 11:43:40 PM] Data : Result = 0
    [11/1/2016 11:43:40 PM] Data : checkId = MSIVersion
    [11/1/2016 11:43:40 PM] Information : Running the check: MSIVersion
    [11/1/2016 11:43:40 PM] Information : Getting the check for the checkId : MSIVersion
    [11/1/2016 11:43:40 PM] Information : Reading the registry key Software\Microsoft\Microsoft Data Protection Manager\Setup\MSIVersion.
    [11/1/2016 11:43:40 PM] Information : Registry Key Software\Microsoft\Microsoft Data Protection Manager\Setup\MSIVersion is absent.
    [11/1/2016 11:43:40 PM] Information : Calling the method: CheckMSIVersion
    [11/1/2016 11:43:40 PM] Information : Check the version of Windows Installer on the machine.
    [11/1/2016 11:43:40 PM] Data : Version of Windows Installer on the machine = 5.0.14393.0
    [11/1/2016 11:43:40 PM] Data : Required version of Windows Installer = 4.5.6001.18000
    [11/1/2016 11:43:40 PM] Information : Windows Installer correct version is detected.
    [11/1/2016 11:43:40 PM] Information : Adding the check result entry for checkId: MSIVersion and result: 0
    [11/1/2016 11:43:40 PM] Information : Got Error Message: Check Succeeded
    [11/1/2016 11:43:40 PM] Data : Result = 0
    [11/1/2016 11:43:40 PM] Data : checkId = RebootRequired
    [11/1/2016 11:43:40 PM] Information : Running the check: RebootRequired
    [11/1/2016 11:43:40 PM] Information : Getting the check for the checkId : RebootRequired
    [11/1/2016 11:43:40 PM] Information : Calling the method: CheckRebootRequired
    [11/1/2016 11:43:40 PM] Information : Check if reboot is required.
    [11/1/2016 11:43:40 PM] Information : Reading the registry key Software\Microsoft\Microsoft Data Protection Manager\Setup\RebootRequired.
    [11/1/2016 11:43:40 PM] Information : Registry Key Software\Microsoft\Microsoft Data Protection Manager\Setup\RebootRequired is absent.
    [11/1/2016 11:43:40 PM] Information : Reboot is not required.
    [11/1/2016 11:43:40 PM] Information : Adding the check result entry for checkId: RebootRequired and result: 0
    [11/1/2016 11:43:40 PM] Information : Got Error Message: Check Succeeded
    [11/1/2016 11:43:40 PM] Data : Result = 0
    [11/1/2016 11:43:40 PM] Data : checkId = SQLServerTools
    [11/1/2016 11:43:40 PM] Information : Running the check: SQLServerTools
    [11/1/2016 11:43:40 PM] Information : Getting the check for the checkId : SQLServerTools
    [11/1/2016 11:43:40 PM] Information : Calling the method: CheckSqlServerTools
    [11/1/2016 11:43:40 PM] Information : Check if SQL Server 2012 Service Pack 1 Tools is installed.
    [11/1/2016 11:43:40 PM] Information : [SQLSetupHelper.GetSqlServerCodeNumber]. SQL Server Code : 120
    [11/1/2016 11:43:40 PM] Information : Inspect.CheckSqlServerTools : MsiQueryProductState returned : INSTALLSTATE_DEFAULT
    [11/1/2016 11:43:40 PM] Information : [SQLSetupHelper.GetSqlServerVersion]. SQL Server Version : 12.2.5000.0
    [11/1/2016 11:43:40 PM] Information : [SQLSetupHelper.GetCompleteSQLCMDPath]. Sql cmd tool found. sqlcmd.exe Location: "C:\Program Files\Microsoft SQL Server\Client SDK\ODBC\110\Tools\Binn\SQLCMD.EXE"
    [11/1/2016 11:43:40 PM] Information : Adding the check result entry for checkId: SqlServerTools and result: 0
    [11/1/2016 11:43:40 PM] Information : Got Error Message: Check Succeeded
    [11/1/2016 11:43:40 PM] Data : Result = 0
    [11/1/2016 11:43:40 PM] Data : checkId = SQLServer
    [11/1/2016 11:43:40 PM] Information : Running the check: SQLServer
    [11/1/2016 11:43:40 PM] Information : Getting the check for the checkId : SQLServer
    [11/1/2016 11:43:40 PM] Information : Calling the method: CheckSqlServer
    [11/1/2016 11:43:40 PM] Information : Check if SQL Server 2008 R2 SP2 is installed.
    [11/1/2016 11:43:40 PM] Information : Query WMI provider for SQL Server 2008.
    [11/1/2016 11:43:40 PM] Information : Querying WMI Namespace: \\SYSTEMCENTER\root\Microsoft\SqlServer\ComputerManagement12 for query: Select * from SqlServiceAdvancedProperty where ServiceName='MSSQL$SYSTEMCENTERDB' and PropertyName='Version'
    [11/1/2016 11:43:41 PM] Information : SQL Server 2008 R2 SP2 instance SYSTEMCENTERDB is present on this system.
    [11/1/2016 11:43:41 PM] Information : Adding the check result entry for checkId: SqlServer and result: 0
    [11/1/2016 11:43:41 PM] Information : Got Error Message: Check Succeeded
    [11/1/2016 11:43:41 PM] Data : Result = 0
    [11/1/2016 11:43:41 PM] Data : checkId = ReportingServer
    [11/1/2016 11:43:41 PM] Information : Running the check: ReportingServer
    [11/1/2016 11:43:41 PM] Information : Getting the check for the checkId : ReportingServer
    [11/1/2016 11:43:41 PM] Information : Calling the method: CheckReportingServer
    [11/1/2016 11:43:41 PM] Information : Check if Reporting Server 2008 R2 SP2 is installed.
    [11/1/2016 11:43:41 PM] Information : Query WMI provider for Reporting Server 2008 R2 SP2.
    [11/1/2016 11:43:41 PM] Information : Querying WMI Namespace: \\SYSTEMCENTER\root\Microsoft\SqlServer\ReportServer\RS_SYSTEMCENTERDB\V12 for query: SELECT * FROM MSReportServer_Instance WHERE InstanceName='SYSTEMCENTERDB'
    [11/1/2016 11:43:41 PM] Information : Reporting Server 2008 R2 SP2 instance SYSTEMCENTERDB is present on this system.
    [11/1/2016 11:43:41 PM] Information : Adding the check result entry for checkId: ReportingServer and result: 0
    [11/1/2016 11:43:41 PM] Information : Got Error Message: Check Succeeded
    [11/1/2016 11:43:41 PM] Data : Result = 0
    [11/1/2016 11:43:41 PM] Data : checkId = SQLAgentService
    [11/1/2016 11:43:41 PM] Information : Running the check: SQLAgentService
    [11/1/2016 11:43:41 PM] Information : Getting the check for the checkId : SQLAgentService
    [11/1/2016 11:43:41 PM] Information : Calling the method: CheckSqlAgentServiceConfig
    [11/1/2016 11:43:41 PM] Information : Check SQL Server Agent service configuration.
    [11/1/2016 11:43:41 PM] Data : SQL Server instance name = SYSTEMCENTERDB
    [11/1/2016 11:43:41 PM] Information : Querying WMI Namespace: \\SYSTEMCENTER\root\cimv2 for query: SELECT * FROM Win32_Service WHERE Name='SQLAgent$SYSTEMCENTERDB'
    [11/1/2016 11:43:41 PM] Data : Credentials of the service = LocalSystem
    [11/1/2016 11:43:41 PM] Information : SQL Server Agent service configuration is not correct.
    [11/1/2016 11:43:41 PM] Information : Adding the check result entry for checkId: SqlAgentService and result: 134217984
    [11/1/2016 11:43:41 PM] Information : Getting the error code for check : SqlAgentService and result : 134217984
    [11/1/2016 11:43:41 PM] Information : Found Error Code:RemoteSqlAgentServiceDisabled and Severity: Warning
    [11/1/2016 11:43:41 PM] Information : Got Error Message: The SQL Server Agent service on the selected instance is not configured to run as "Automatic". This will reconfigure the service to ensure that DPM can function correctly after installation.
    [11/1/2016 11:43:41 PM] Data : Result = 134217984
    [11/1/2016 11:43:41 PM] Data : checkId = SQLServerService
    [11/1/2016 11:43:41 PM] Information : Running the check: SQLServerService
    [11/1/2016 11:43:41 PM] Information : Getting the check for the checkId : SQLServerService
    [11/1/2016 11:43:41 PM] Information : Calling the method: CheckSqlServerServiceConfig
    [11/1/2016 11:43:41 PM] Information : Check SQL Server service configuration.
    [11/1/2016 11:43:41 PM] Data : SQL Server instance name = SYSTEMCENTERDB
    [11/1/2016 11:43:41 PM] Information : Querying WMI Namespace: \\SYSTEMCENTER\root\cimv2 for query: SELECT * FROM Win32_Service WHERE Name='MSSQL$SYSTEMCENTERDB'
    [11/1/2016 11:43:42 PM] Data : Credentials of the service = LocalSystem
    [11/1/2016 11:43:42 PM] Information : SQL Server service configuration is correct.
    [11/1/2016 11:43:42 PM] Information : Adding the check result entry for checkId: SqlServerService and result: 0
    [11/1/2016 11:43:42 PM] Information : Got Error Message: Check Succeeded
    [11/1/2016 11:43:42 PM] Data : Result = 0
    [11/1/2016 11:43:42 PM] Data : checkId = SqlServerReportingServices
    [11/1/2016 11:43:42 PM] Information : Running the check: SqlServerReportingServices
    [11/1/2016 11:43:42 PM] Information : Getting the check for the checkId : SqlServerReportingServices
    [11/1/2016 11:43:42 PM] Information : Reading the registry key Software\Microsoft\Microsoft Data Protection Manager\Setup\SqlServerReportingServices.
    [11/1/2016 11:43:42 PM] Information : Registry Key Software\Microsoft\Microsoft Data Protection Manager\Setup\SqlServerReportingServices is absent.
    [11/1/2016 11:43:42 PM] Information : Calling the method: CheckSqlServerReportingServices
    [11/1/2016 11:43:42 PM] Information : Check if SQL Server 2008 Reporting Services is installed.
    [11/1/2016 11:43:42 PM] Information : Query WMI provider for path of configuration file for SQL Server 2008 Reporting Services.
    [11/1/2016 11:43:42 PM] Information : Querying WMI Namespace: \\SYSTEMCENTER\root\Microsoft\SqlServer\ReportServer\RS_SYSTEMCENTERDB\V12\admin for query: SELECT * FROM MSReportServer_ConfigurationSetting WHERE InstanceName='SYSTEMCENTERDB'
    [11/1/2016 11:43:42 PM] Data : Path of configuration file for SQL Server 2008 Reporting Services = C:\Program Files\Microsoft SQL Server\MSRS12.SYSTEMCENTERDB\Reporting Services\ReportServer\RSReportServer.config
    [11/1/2016 11:43:42 PM] Information : Adding the check result entry for checkId: SqlServerReportingServices and result: 0
    [11/1/2016 11:43:42 PM] Information : Got Error Message: Check Succeeded
    [11/1/2016 11:43:42 PM] Data : Result = 0
    [11/1/2016 11:43:42 PM] Data : checkId = SqlReportServerService
    [11/1/2016 11:43:42 PM] Information : Running the check: SqlReportServerService
    [11/1/2016 11:43:42 PM] Information : Getting the check for the checkId : SqlReportServerService
    [11/1/2016 11:43:42 PM] Information : Reading the registry key Software\Microsoft\Microsoft Data Protection Manager\Setup\SqlReportServerService.
    [11/1/2016 11:43:42 PM] Information : Registry Key Software\Microsoft\Microsoft Data Protection Manager\Setup\SqlReportServerService is absent.
    [11/1/2016 11:43:42 PM] Information : Calling the method: CheckReportingServicesConfig
    [11/1/2016 11:43:42 PM] Information : Check SQL Server 2008 Reporting Services report server service configuration.
    [11/1/2016 11:43:42 PM] Information : Querying WMI Namespace: \\SYSTEMCENTER\root\cimv2 for query: SELECT * FROM Win32_Service WHERE Name='ReportServer$SYSTEMCENTERDB'
    [11/1/2016 11:43:42 PM] Data : Credentials of the service = LocalSystem
    [11/1/2016 11:43:42 PM] Information : Report Server service configuration is correct.
    [11/1/2016 11:43:42 PM] Information : Adding the check result entry for checkId: SqlReportServerService and result: 0
    [11/1/2016 11:43:42 PM] Information : Got Error Message: Check Succeeded
    [11/1/2016 11:43:42 PM] Data : Result = 0
    [11/1/2016 11:43:42 PM] Data : checkId = HyperVPowerShell
    [11/1/2016 11:43:42 PM] Information : Running the check: HyperVPowerShell
    [11/1/2016 11:43:42 PM] Information : Getting the check for the checkId : HyperVPowerShell
    [11/1/2016 11:43:42 PM] Information : Reading the registry key Software\Microsoft\Microsoft Data Protection Manager\Setup\HyperVPowerShell.
    [11/1/2016 11:43:42 PM] Information : Registry Key Software\Microsoft\Microsoft Data Protection Manager\Setup\HyperVPowerShell is absent.
    [11/1/2016 11:43:42 PM] Information : Calling the method: CheckHyperVPowerShell
    [11/1/2016 11:43:42 PM] Information : Detect if Hyper-V Role and PowerShell Management Tools are installed.
    [11/1/2016 11:43:42 PM] Information : Adding the check result entry for checkId: HyperVPowerShell and result: 67239936
    [11/1/2016 11:43:42 PM] Information : Getting the error code for check : HyperVPowerShell and result : 67239936
    [11/1/2016 11:43:42 PM] Information : Found Error Code:HyperVPowerShellNotInstalled and Severity: Error
    [11/1/2016 11:43:42 PM] Information : Got Error Message: The Microsoft Hyper-V Role and PowerShell Management Tools windows feature are not installed. This software is required for Data Protection Manager to run correctly.To install, run "start /wait dism.exe /Online /Enable-feature /All /FeatureName:Microsoft-Hyper-V /FeatureName:Microsoft-Hyper-V-Management-PowerShell /quiet /norestart" from the command-line and restart the computer. Then run DPM setup again
    [11/1/2016 11:43:42 PM] Data : Result = 67239936
    [11/1/2016 11:43:42 PM] Data : checkId = MMCVersion
    [11/1/2016 11:43:42 PM] Information : Running the check: MMCVersion
    [11/1/2016 11:43:42 PM] Information : Getting the check for the checkId : MMCVersion
    [11/1/2016 11:43:42 PM] Information : Calling the method: CheckMMCVersion
    [11/1/2016 11:43:42 PM] Information : Check the version of Microsoft Management Console on the machine.
    [11/1/2016 11:43:42 PM] Data : Version of Microsoft Management Console on the machine = 10.0.14393.0
    [11/1/2016 11:43:42 PM] Data : Required version of Microsoft Management Console = 5.2.3790.2560
    [11/1/2016 11:43:42 PM] Information : MMC correct version is detected.
    [11/1/2016 11:43:42 PM] Information : Adding the check result entry for checkId: MMCVersion and result: 0
    [11/1/2016 11:43:42 PM] Information : Got Error Message: Check Succeeded
    [11/1/2016 11:43:42 PM] Data : Result = 0
    [11/1/2016 11:43:42 PM] Data : checkId = ActiveDirectory
    [11/1/2016 11:43:42 PM] Information : Running the check: ActiveDirectory
    [11/1/2016 11:43:42 PM] Information : Getting the check for the checkId : ActiveDirectory
    [11/1/2016 11:43:42 PM] Information : Calling the method: DetectActiveDirectory
    [11/1/2016 11:43:42 PM] Information : Adding the check result entry for checkId: ActiveDirectory and result: 0
    [11/1/2016 11:43:42 PM] Information : Got Error Message: Check Succeeded
    [11/1/2016 11:43:42 PM] Data : Result = 0
    [11/1/2016 11:43:42 PM] Data : checkId = SQLEval
    [11/1/2016 11:43:42 PM] Information : Running the check: SQLEval
    [11/1/2016 11:43:42 PM] Information : Getting the check for the checkId : SQLEval
    [11/1/2016 11:43:42 PM] Information : Calling the method: DetectSqlEval
    [11/1/2016 11:43:42 PM] Information : Detect if SQL Server is evaluation edition
    [11/1/2016 11:43:42 PM] Information : Starting service
    [11/1/2016 11:43:42 PM] Data : Service name = MSSQL$SYSTEMCENTERDB
    [11/1/2016 11:43:46 PM] Data : Current status of service = Running
    [11/1/2016 11:43:46 PM] Information : Service is already running
    [11/1/2016 11:43:46 PM] Data : Edition = Enterprise Edition (64-bit)
    [11/1/2016 11:43:46 PM] Information : Adding the check result entry for checkId: SqlEval and result: 0
    [11/1/2016 11:43:46 PM] Information : Got Error Message: Check Succeeded
    [11/1/2016 11:43:46 PM] Data : Result = 0
    [11/1/2016 11:43:46 PM] Data : checkId = ClientTCPEnabled
    [11/1/2016 11:43:46 PM] Information : Running the check: ClientTCPEnabled
    [11/1/2016 11:43:46 PM] Information : Getting the check for the checkId : ClientTCPEnabled
    [11/1/2016 11:43:46 PM] Information : Calling the method: CheckIfClientTCPEnabled
    [11/1/2016 11:43:46 PM] Information : Check if SQL Server has DPM Server already installed on it.
    [11/1/2016 11:43:46 PM] Information : Adding the check result entry for checkId: ClientTCPEnabled and result: 0
    [11/1/2016 11:43:46 PM] Information : Got Error Message: Check Succeeded
    [11/1/2016 11:43:46 PM] Data : Result = 0
    [11/1/2016 11:43:46 PM] Data : checkId = RemoteDbDPMInstalled
    [11/1/2016 11:43:46 PM] Information : Running the check: RemoteDbDPMInstalled
    [11/1/2016 11:43:46 PM] Information : Getting the check for the checkId : RemoteDbDPMInstalled
    [11/1/2016 11:43:46 PM] Information : Calling the method: CheckRemoteDbDPMInstalled
    [11/1/2016 11:43:46 PM] Information : Check if SQL Server has DPM Server already installed on it.
    [11/1/2016 11:43:46 PM] Information : The SQL and DPM machine are same so not checking for DPM installed
    [11/1/2016 11:43:46 PM] Information : Adding the check result entry for checkId: RemoteDbDPMInstalled and result: 0
    [11/1/2016 11:43:46 PM] Information : Got Error Message: Check Succeeded
    [11/1/2016 11:43:46 PM] Data : Result = 0
    [11/1/2016 11:43:46 PM] Data : checkId = ReportingSecureConnectionLevel
    [11/1/2016 11:43:46 PM] Information : Running the check: ReportingSecureConnectionLevel
    [11/1/2016 11:43:46 PM] Information : Getting the check for the checkId : ReportingSecureConnectionLevel
    [11/1/2016 11:43:46 PM] Information : Calling the method: CheckReportingSecureConnectionLevel
    [11/1/2016 11:43:46 PM] Information : Check Reporting SecureConnectionLevel.
    [11/1/2016 11:43:46 PM] Information : Getting the reporting secure connection level for SYSTEMCENTER/SYSTEMCENTERDB
    [11/1/2016 11:43:46 PM] Information : Querying WMI Namespace: \\SYSTEMCENTER\root\Microsoft\SqlServer\ReportServer\RS_SYSTEMCENTERDB\V12\admin for query: SELECT * FROM MSReportServer_ConfigurationSetting WHERE InstanceName='SYSTEMCENTERDB'
    [11/1/2016 11:43:46 PM] *** Error : ReportingConfiguration.RemoveReportingConfigurations COnfiguration file path: C:\Program Files\Microsoft SQL Server\MSRS12.SYSTEMCENTERDB\Reporting Services\ReportServer\RSReportServer.config
    [11/1/2016 11:43:46 PM] Information : Setup detected that the Reporting SecureConnectionLevel is 2.
    [11/1/2016 11:43:46 PM] Information : Adding the check result entry for checkId: ReportingSecureConnectionLevel and result: 142606336
    [11/1/2016 11:43:46 PM] Information : Getting the error code for check : ReportingSecureConnectionLevel and result : 142606336
    [11/1/2016 11:43:46 PM] Information : Found Error Code:ReportingSecureConnectionLevelNonZero and Severity: Warning
    [11/1/2016 11:43:46 PM] Information : Got Error Message: SQL Server Reporting Service on the selected instance is using Secure Socket Layer (SSL). This will be reconfigured so that Reporting Services will not use Secure Socket Layer. For more information on how to configure the Report Server for Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) connections, click on the link below.
    [11/1/2016 11:43:46 PM] Data : Result = 142606336
    [11/1/2016 11:43:46 PM] Data : checkId = RemoteDbDiskSpace
    [11/1/2016 11:43:46 PM] Information : Running the check: RemoteDbDiskSpace
    [11/1/2016 11:43:46 PM] Information : Getting the check for the checkId : RemoteDbDiskSpace
    [11/1/2016 11:43:46 PM] Information : Calling the method: CheckRemoteDbDiskSpace
    [11/1/2016 11:43:46 PM] Information : Check the disk space for remote database.
    [11/1/2016 11:43:46 PM] Information : Querying WMI Namespace: \\SYSTEMCENTER\root\cimv2 for query: select FreeSpace from Win32_LogicalDisk where DeviceID='C:'
    [11/1/2016 11:43:46 PM] Information : Remote DB disk space required : 900 MB disk space available = 77331 MB
    [11/1/2016 11:43:46 PM] Information : Adding the check result entry for checkId: RemoteDbDiskSpace and result: 0
    [11/1/2016 11:43:46 PM] Information : Got Error Message: Check Succeeded
    [11/1/2016 11:43:46 PM] Data : Result = 0
    [11/1/2016 11:43:46 PM] Data : checkId = RemoteDbTCP
    [11/1/2016 11:43:46 PM] Information : Running the check: RemoteDbTCP
    [11/1/2016 11:43:46 PM] Information : Getting the check for the checkId : RemoteDbTCP
    [11/1/2016 11:43:46 PM] Information : Calling the method: CheckRemoteDbTCP
    [11/1/2016 11:43:46 PM] Information : Check the Named Pipes protocol for remote database.
    [11/1/2016 11:43:46 PM] Information : Adding the check result entry for checkId: RemoteDbTCP and result: 0
    [11/1/2016 11:43:46 PM] Information : Got Error Message: Check Succeeded
    [11/1/2016 11:43:46 PM] Data : Result = 0
    [11/1/2016 11:43:46 PM] Data : checkId = RemoteDbMsi
    [11/1/2016 11:43:46 PM] Information : Running the check: RemoteDbMsi
    [11/1/2016 11:43:46 PM] Information : Getting the check for the checkId : RemoteDbMsi
    [11/1/2016 11:43:46 PM] Information : Calling the method: CheckRemoteDbMsi
    [11/1/2016 11:43:46 PM] Information : Check whether the remote DB msi has been installed.
    [11/1/2016 11:43:46 PM] Information : Adding the check result entry for checkId: RemoteDbMsi and result: 0
    [11/1/2016 11:43:46 PM] Information : Got Error Message: Check Succeeded
    [11/1/2016 11:43:46 PM] Data : Result = 0
    [11/1/2016 11:43:46 PM] Information : Getting the string form of report object
    [11/1/2016 11:43:46 PM] Information : Writing the xml string into the file : C:\Program Files\Microsoft System Center 2016\DPM\DPMLogs\InspectReport.xml
    [11/1/2016 11:43:46 PM] Information : End Inspect.
    [11/1/2016 11:43:46 PM] Information : **************************************************************************************
    [11/1/2016 11:43:46 PM] Information : Instantiating inspect component.
    [11/1/2016 11:43:46 PM] Data : Path of output xml = \PostInstallInspect.xml
    [11/1/2016 11:43:46 PM] Information : Deserializing the check XML from path : C:\Users\rnelson\AppData\Local\Temp\DPM18D8.tmp\DPM2012\Setup\checks.xml
    [11/1/2016 11:43:46 PM] Information : Loading the check XML from path : C:\Users\rnelson\AppData\Local\Temp\DPM18D8.tmp\DPM2012\Setup\checks.xml
    [11/1/2016 11:43:46 PM] Information : Deserialising the scenario XML from path : C:\Users\rnelson\AppData\Local\Temp\DPM18D8.tmp\DPM2012\Setup\scenarios.xml
    [11/1/2016 11:43:46 PM] Information : Loading the check XML from path : C:\Users\rnelson\AppData\Local\Temp\DPM18D8.tmp\DPM2012\Setup\scenarios.xml
    [11/1/2016 11:43:46 PM] Information : Getting scenarios for the product: DPM
    [11/1/2016 11:43:46 PM] Information : Getting scenarios for DPM
    [11/1/2016 11:43:46 PM] Information : Getting scenario for Mode:Install, DbLocation:Remote, SKU:Retail and CCMode:NotApplicable
    [11/1/2016 11:43:46 PM] Information : Check if SQL Server 2012 Service Pack 1 Tools is installed.
    [11/1/2016 11:43:46 PM] Information : [SQLSetupHelper.GetSqlServerCodeNumber]. SQL Server Code : 120
    [11/1/2016 11:43:46 PM] Information : Inspect.CheckSqlServerTools : MsiQueryProductState returned : INSTALLSTATE_DEFAULT
    [11/1/2016 11:43:46 PM] Information : [SQLSetupHelper.GetSqlServerVersion]. SQL Server Version : 12.2.5000.0
    [11/1/2016 11:43:46 PM] Information : [SQLSetupHelper.GetCompleteSQLCMDPath]. Sql cmd tool found. sqlcmd.exe Location: "C:\Program Files\Microsoft SQL Server\Client SDK\ODBC\110\Tools\Binn\SQLCMD.EXE"
    [11/1/2016 11:43:46 PM] Information : Inspect context initialized with 
    SQL Server namespace: \\SYSTEMCENTER\root\Microsoft\SqlServer\ComputerManagement12
    Reporting namespace: \\SYSTEMCENTER\root\Microsoft\SqlServer\ReportServer\RS_SYSTEMCENTERDB\V12\admin
    SqlServerDetected: True
    [11/1/2016 11:43:46 PM] Information : Deserialising the Report XML from path : C:\Program Files\Microsoft System Center 2016\DPM\DPMLogs\InspectReport.xml
    [11/1/2016 11:43:46 PM] Information : Loading the check XML from path : C:\Program Files\Microsoft System Center 2016\DPM\DPMLogs\InspectReport.xml
    [11/1/2016 11:43:46 PM] Information : Getting the checkResult for the checkId : SqlServer
    [11/1/2016 11:43:46 PM] Information : Getting the checkResult for the checkId : SqlServerReportingServices
    [11/1/2016 11:43:46 PM] Information : Getting the checkResult for the checkId : SqlServerTools
    [11/1/2016 11:43:46 PM] Information : Getting the installables which were not detected
    [11/1/2016 11:43:46 PM] Information : Getting the check for the checkId : HyperVPowerShell
    [11/1/2016 11:43:46 PM] Data : Folder Path = D:\
    [11/1/2016 11:43:46 PM] Data : Drive Name = D:\
    [11/1/2016 11:43:46 PM] Data : Drive Type = 5
    [11/1/2016 11:43:46 PM] Information : Started installation of product Required Windows Components
    [11/1/2016 11:43:46 PM] Data : Installer source = D:\
    [11/1/2016 11:43:46 PM] Information : Running installer for Check :/Online /Enable-feature /All /FeatureName:Microsoft-Hyper-V /FeatureName:Microsoft-Hyper-V-Management-PowerShell /quiet /norestart /LogPath:..\HyperVPowerShellInstall.etl
    [11/1/2016 11:44:09 PM] Data : Installer ExitCode = 3010
    [11/1/2016 11:44:09 PM] Information : Running the check: HyperVPowerShell
    [11/1/2016 11:44:09 PM] Information : Getting the check for the checkId : HyperVPowerShell
    [11/1/2016 11:44:09 PM] Information : Reading the registry key Software\Microsoft\Microsoft Data Protection Manager\Setup\HyperVPowerShell.
    [11/1/2016 11:44:09 PM] Information : Registry Key Software\Microsoft\Microsoft Data Protection Manager\Setup\HyperVPowerShell is present.
    [11/1/2016 11:44:09 PM] Information : Adding the check result entry for checkId: HyperVPowerShell and result: 8
    [11/1/2016 11:44:09 PM] Information : Got Error Message: The missing prerequisite (HyperVPowerShell) has been installed.Restart the computer and run the application again.
    [11/1/2016 11:44:09 PM] Data : Installer ExitCode = 0
    [11/1/2016 11:44:09 PM] Information : Completed installation of product Required Windows Components
    [11/1/2016 11:44:09 PM] Information : Getting the string form of report object
    [11/1/2016 11:44:09 PM] Information : Writing the xml string into the file : C:\Program Files\Microsoft System Center 2016\DPM\DPMLogs\\PostInstallInspect.xml
    [11/1/2016 11:44:09 PM] Information : Deserialising the Report XML from path : C:\Program Files\Microsoft System Center 2016\DPM\DPMLogs\InspectReport.xml
    [11/1/2016 11:44:09 PM] Information : Loading the check XML from path : C:\Program Files\Microsoft System Center 2016\DPM\DPMLogs\InspectReport.xml
    [11/1/2016 11:44:09 PM] Information : Getting the falures while performing checks
    [11/1/2016 11:44:09 PM] Information : Getting the error results
    [11/1/2016 11:44:09 PM] Information : Getting the warning results
    [11/1/2016 11:44:09 PM] Information : Deserialising the Report XML from path : C:\Program Files\Microsoft System Center 2016\DPM\DPMLogs\\PostInstallInspect.xml
    [11/1/2016 11:44:09 PM] Information : Loading the check XML from path : C:\Program Files\Microsoft System Center 2016\DPM\DPMLogs\\PostInstallInspect.xml
    [11/1/2016 11:44:09 PM] Information : Getting the falures while performing checks
    [11/1/2016 11:44:09 PM] Information : Getting the error results
    [11/1/2016 11:44:09 PM] Information : Getting the warning results


    



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