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Unable to enumerate contents error RRS feed

  • Question

  • One of our customer has a primary/secondary DPM 2012 R2 environment, and have recently replaced their Hyper-V cluster with new hosts. This means a new cluster name, but one problem is that the old cluster name's still visible under the primary DPM server object on the secondary server. All traces of the old cluster node are deleted, and there are nothing left under Inactive protection on any of the servers. Have tried to Clear Cache as well, but the old cluster node name is still there. I have attempt to run the script remove-productionserver.ps1 in order to remove any database entries, but get an error message telling me that there's no such name in the AD of the domain. Also, when enumerating the primary DPM server, it takes quite a while & finally I get the following error:

    DPM is unable to enumerate contents in 0975888df1114ac4837127eda701a1ef ,
    170408fe987f4466baeb788e38e4231d ,5c70e366ef7340198dc2912ae79363ce ,79bac99ec84142dd89087055c5aa02b5 ,
    fc733ed01a1a4589a955bb61aa0d47c3 on the protected computer dpm1.contoso.com Recycle Bin,
    System Volume Information folder, non-NTFS volumes, DFS links, CDs, Quorum Disk (for cluster)
    and other removable media cannot be protected. (ID: 38)

    This really makes no sense to me as I have no idea what to start looking for! I can only suspect that it has to do with the old Hyper-V cluster but without knowing for sure.

    /Amir

    Wednesday, April 9, 2014 6:57 PM

All replies

  • Hi

    Have you come right in the interim?

    You can also look here:

    http://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/4b748f7e-3a4d-437a-b3a8-da6dffb9f034/dpm-2010-unable-to-enumerate-contents

    Thursday, August 7, 2014 2:28 PM