Directory Servers

Granular Recovery of Active Directory Objects

Provided by Veeam

Category Directory Servers

Type White Paper

Length 26

Publish Date January 28 2016

Date posted July 12 2016


Active Directory is not only powerful, it's also a great responsibility that’s worth taking the time to learn how to maximize its capabilities. For example, creating and removing Active Directory objects is one of the most frequent requests for system administrators. There are lot of other situations where something goes wrong, such as an accidental change or even an intentional deletion, and administrators need to recover an Active Directory object, a group of objects or attributes.
In this white paper, you’ll learn about different options for performing the above tasks, as well as native Windows tools and external tools like Veeam® Explorer™ for Microsoft Active Directory.

Learn how these tools can be compared by performing the same operations with them. In addition, since it’s not possible to talk about recovery operations without mentioning backup, you’ll also learn about backup processes.
Read this free white paper and learn how to:

  • Reanimate tombstoned objects
  • Safely enable and configure the Active Directory recycle bin
  • Backup and restore a whole DC using native Windows Server Backup
  • Use an Active Directory database to restore deleted user data, reset passwords and export and import other objects
  • Leverage Active Directory snapshots for granularly objects restore
  • Use Veeam for DC backup and recovery, as well as for granular objects restore — and much more!



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