If you ever find a need to delete a replica from your Data Protection manager 2007 or DPM2010, you will find that this is not as simple as clicking through several task buttons. This is quite cumbersome if you don’t have any programming knowledge. Surprisingly, this process was A LOT easier in DPM 2006. I don’t know why Microsoft decided to take this feature out.
The short answer to this question is: POWERSHELL. You need to use DPM management shell, which is a powershell command prompt.
The long answer is as follow: Continue Reading →