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DPM LicensingDPM Server: Server license for application and file server management. Client Data Protection ML: Required to provide file level protection for Windows XP or Windows Vista. Includes support for system state backup. Support is limited to systems with an “always-on” network connection; devices that are routinely disconnected are not currently supported. Standard Data Protection ML: Required to provide file level protection. Any native application protection (backing up an exchange storage group for example) requires an Enterprise DPML. Includes support for system state backup. Enterprise Data Protection ML: Required for native backup and recovery of applications including Microsoft SQL Server, Microsoft Exchange Server, and Microsoft Office SharePoint Server. Includes the right to protect file level data on the protected server without the need for a Standard DPML. An Enterprise DPML is also required if the SRT agent is installed on the protected server or if host-based virtual server protection is being used.
Talking Points:Essentials 2007 is likely to be the best IT management solution for a majority of midsize businesses, so long as they are within the scale limits of 30 Windows Servers and 500 Windows Clients. However, determining the right IT management solution for your company may be determined by the maturity and complexity of your IT environment and business needs.If your company is a publicly owned company, then you can be held to certain IT standards like Sarbanes Oxley compliance and require features offered by Operations Manager 2007 like Audit Collection Services and Data warehousing.If your business employs 1-5 IT Generalists (IT administrators who perform a broad range of tasks), then Essentials 2007 may be the best solution for you. If your company employs IT specialists (your IT admins have distinct and separate IT roles like Database administrator, or Desktop administrator) you probably need the role-based security provided by Operations Manager 2007.If you frequently need to add new Client machines to your IT environment, you may need OS deployment and desktop desired configuration features delivered by Configuration Manager 2007.If your company has more than 3-5 branch offices and/or the branches are large scale and complex in IT configuration, you should consider using Operations Manager 2007 and Configuration Manager 2007.