The following are common PowerShell cmdlets used in the process of pausing and resuming Core jobs, stopping and starting the Core.Service, and adding machines to protection. In Rapid Recovery, there are also PowerShell scripts available for use in the following directory on the Core: C:\Program Files\AppRecovery\Core\PowerShellScripts (Information on these scripts can be found here
1. Importing the PowerShell Module: import-module rapidrecoverypowershellmodule
2. Pausing all Agents: suspend-snapshot -all
3. Resuming all Agents: resume-snapshot -all
4. Pause outgoing replication for all Agents: suspend-replication -outgoing IP\servername of core
5. Pause incoming replication for all Agents: suspend-replication -incoming IP\servername of core
6. Resume outgoing replication for all Agents: resume-replication -outgoing IP\servername of core
7. Resume incoming replicating for all Agents: resume-replication -incoming IP\servername of core
8. Dismount all mounted recovery points on the Core: remove-mount -all
9. Add a server to protection: start-protect -repository “repository_name” -agentName -agentPort 8006 -agentUserName administrator -agentPassword p4ssw0RD -volumes “c:” “d:”
10. Display a listing of all active Core jobs: get-activejobs -all
NOTE: Keep in mind that the ability to use PowerShell scripting is included in Rapid Recovery to allow customers to enhance product functionality and administration. While Quest does provide scripts through documentation and Knowledge articles, any errors or problems received regarding PowerShell scripting should be addressed with Microsoft and not the Rapid Recovery Support Team. For more information, please click here.
Continue to search the Knowledge Base directory for newly added PowerShell scripts and feel free to reference our guides and manuals for further examples.