Here’s a KB for DPM 2012 that actually came out a few months ago but somehow slipped through the cracks and never got a mention here on our blog. It resolves a lot of questions we get around here so I wanted to make sure everyone was aware of it. If you get a minute give it a quick read just so you’re aware of the issue and the fix.
After you install or upgrade to Microsoft System Center 2012 Data Protection Manager, you may receive an error message that resembles the following:
An unexpected error occurred while the job was running. (ID 104 Details: Unknown error (0x80040e37) (0x80040E37))
This problem occurs when you perform consistency checks or when you try to create recovery points for Microsoft SQL Server databases or for Microsoft SharePoint databases.
This problem may occur if the SQL server or SharePoint servers that are being protected by Data Protection Manager are configured to use case-sensitive collation.
To resolve this issue install the following update: