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How to recover my Domain Controller and servers from my DPM 2012 System State backups?

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I have DPM 2012 implemented on my environment as my backup solution. I am running system state backups on my Domain Controllers and member servers.

I am trying to come up with a plan to recover my servers from my system state backups in the worst of the scenarios, IE: reinstalling the OS in a different physical box.

In order to recover my Domain Controller or a member server, what would be the steps to take to recover them from their DPM backups?
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