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Rapid Recovery 6.1.2 - DocRetriever for SharePoint User Guide

Introduction to DocRetriever for SharePoint Installing and configuring DocRetriever
System requirements Supported items Roadmap for installing DocRetriever for SharePoint Obtaining DocRetriever installation software Guidelines for upgrading DocRetriever for SharePoint Setting up Windows user accounts for use with DocRetriever Installing, uninstalling, and repairing DocRetriever for SharePoint Creating a local service database for DocRetriever Configuring DocRetriever Console settings Manually specifying the SharePoint database location
Recovering SharePoint data with DocRetriever Working with DocRetriever log files About us Glossary

Applying database roles to Windows user accounts for SQL Server 2014

This task is a step in the roadmap for setting up a Windows user account for DocRetriever Agent. It is also the only step required to set up a Windows user account for DocRetriever Console. The Windows user account must exist and either be a domain account, or be available to the local machine on which you perform these steps.

Use the steps in this procedure to add the Systems Administrator database role to the Windows user accounts used for DocRetriever in SQL Server Management Studio for SQL Server 2014.

2.
In the Object Explorer, navigate to Security and then to Logins, and expand the tree showing the list of users.
a.
Right-click on the Logins folder and select New Login.
The Login - New dialog box appears.
b.
In the Login name text field, click Search.
c.
In the Select User or Group dialog box, click Object Types.
d.
In the Object Types dialog box, select Users and then click OK.
The Object Types dialog box closes.
e.
In the Select User or Group dialog box, click Locations.
f.
In the Locations dialog box, click Entire Directory and then click OK.
The Locations dialog box closes.
g.
In the Select User or Group dialog box, in the Enter the object names to select text area, enter all or part of the Windows user account name, and then click Check Names to locate the name of the appropriate Windows account.
For example, type DRAgent and then click Check Names .
NOTE: If this search is unsuccessful, click Advanced to access more options for a Boolean search.
h.
In the Select User or Group dialog box, click OK.
The Select User or Group dialog box closes. The domain and username populate in the Login name text field of the Login - New dialog box.
i.
In the Login - New dialog box, click OK.
The Login - New dialog box closes. The user account you added now appears in Object Explorer as a child within the list of logins.
4.
In the Object Explorer, under the Logins folder, locate the specified Windows user account, right click, and select Properties.
For example, select MyDomain\DRAgent, right-click, and select Properties.
The Login Properties dialog box appears.
5.
In the left pane of the Login Properties dialog box, click Server Roles. In the right pane, select sysadmin. Then click OK to apply the changes.

Next steps

This is the last step in the roadmap for creating and assigning privileges for a Windows user account to use for DocRetriever. You can now install DocRetriever.

Applying database roles to Windows user accounts for SQL Server 2012

This task is a step in the roadmap for setting up a Windows user account for DocRetriever Agent. It is also the only step required to set up a Windows user account for DocRetriever Console. The Windows user account must exist and either be a domain account, or be available to the local machine on which you perform these steps.

Use the steps in this procedure to add the Systems Administrator database role to the Windows user accounts used for DocRetriever in SQL Server Management Studio for SQL Server 2014.

2.
In the Object Explorer, navigate to Security and then to Logins, and expand the tree showing the list of users.
a.
Right-click on the Logins folder and select New Login.
The Login - New dialog box appears.
b.
In the Login name text field, click Search.
c.
In the Select User or Group dialog box, click Object Types.
d.
In the Object Types dialog box, select Users and then click OK.
The Object Types dialog box closes.
e.
In the Select User or Group dialog box, click Locations.
f.
In the Locations dialog box, click Entire Directory and then click OK.
The Locations dialog box closes.
g.
In the Select User or Group dialog box, in the Enter the object names to select text area, enter all or part of the Windows user account name, and then click Check Names to locate the name of the appropriate Windows account.
For example, type DRAgent and then click Check Names .
NOTE: If this search is unsuccessful, click Advanced to access more options for a Boolean search.
h.
In the Select User or Group dialog box, click OK.
The Select User or Group dialog box closes. The domain and username populate in the Login name text field of the Login - New dialog box.
i.
In the Login - New dialog box, click OK.
The Login - New dialog box closes. The user account you added now appears in Object Explorer as a child within the list of logins.
4.
In the Object Explorer, under the Logins folder, locate the specified Windows user account, right click, and select Properties.
For example, select MyDomain\DRAgent, right-click, and select Properties.
The Login Properties dialog box appears.
5.
In the left pane of the Login Properties dialog box, click Server Roles. In the right pane, select sysadmin. Then click OK to apply the changes.

Next steps

This is the last step in the roadmap for creating and assigning privileges for a Windows user account to use for DocRetriever. You can now install DocRetriever.

Applying database roles to Windows user accounts for SQL Server 2008

This task is a step in the roadmap for setting up a Windows user account for DocRetriever Agent. It is also the only step required to set up a Windows user account for DocRetriever Console. The Windows user account must exist and either be a domain account, or be available to the local machine on which you perform these steps.

Use the steps in this procedure to add the Systems Administrator database role to the Windows user accounts used for DocRetriever in SQL Server Management Studio for SQL Server 2008.

2.
In the Object Explorer, navigate to Security and then to Logins, and expand the tree showing the list of users.
a.
Right-click on the Logins folder and select New Login.
The Login - New dialog box appears.
b.
In the Login name text field, click Search.
c.
In the Select User or Group dialog box, click Object Types.
d.
In the Object Types dialog box, select Users and then click OK.
The Object Types dialog box closes.
e.
In the Select User or Group dialog box, click Locations.
f.
In the Locations dialog box, click Entire Directory and then click OK.
The Locations dialog box closes.
g.
In the Select User or Group dialog box, in the Enter the object names to select text area, enter all or part of the Windows user account name, and then click Check Names to locate the name of the appropriate Windows account.
For example, type DRAgent and then click Check Names .
NOTE: If this search is unsuccessful, click Advanced to access more options for a Boolean search.
h.
In the Select User or Group dialog box, click OK.
The Select User or Group dialog box closes. The domain and username populate in the Login name text field of the Login - New dialog box.
i.
In the Login - New dialog box, click OK.
The Login - New dialog box closes. The user account you added now appears in Object Explorer as a child within the list of logins.
4.
In the Object Explorer, under the Logins folder, locate the specified Windows user account, right click, and select Properties.
For example, select MyDomain\DRAgent, right-click, and select Properties.
The Login Properties dialog box appears.
5.
In the left pane of the Login Properties dialog box, click Server Roles. In the right pane, select sysadmin. Then click OK to apply the changes.

Next steps

This is the last step in the roadmap for creating and assigning privileges for a Windows user account to use for DocRetriever. You can now install DocRetriever.

Identifying SharePoint databases from SharePoint Central Administration

You may need to identify the SharePoint databases associated with your SharePoint farm. For example, this step is required to connect to SQL Server Management Studio before you provide the designated Windows user account with sysadmin database permissions.

Follow the steps in the following tass to locate the SharePoint content and configuration database information from SharePoint central administration.

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