DPM 2007 Cross Domains

Looking for information for Cross Domain configuration for Micrsoft System Data Center Protection Manager.

Our current coporate policy has our SQL servers inside the Coporate Network, and our SharePoint web servers on a different domain outside the network.

Looking for information on if this enviroment is support for DPM 2007.
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itgrooveCommented:
Hey there,
I'm not a DPM guy but thought I'd try to help here.
Looks like DPM is not supported across domains unless you have trusts in place (do you?)  http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc161609.aspx  The article refers to file servers but I imagine if the issue exists there, it exists for your SQL/SharePoint install as well.
If you implemented trusts and opened necessary ports through firewalls (I'm making the assumption here you have your SharePoint systems in a DMZ (by way of the comment about being 'outside' the network), perhaps you'll get this going.
 
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