Win IT Chapter 4: Active Directory:
Chapter 4: Active Directory
Ensure that your Active Directory network remains intact -- even when the worst happens -- with this collection of tips and advice. Our categories of Backup Basics, Replication, and Disaster Recovery, include tips on establishing secure Active Directory boundaries, backing up DNS servers and creating a disaster recovery plan.
Disaster Recovery:1 - 3 of 3
Tip - Part three of this Disaster Recovery Planning for Active Directory tutorial examines how to restore a domain controller from backup in AD in the event of single DC failure.
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Tip - A freeware application can help restore deleted or 'tombstoned' objects in Active Directory without doing a backup restore.
Tip - Restore deleted objects in 10 minutes without having to restore from tape by making a daily, local backup of System State.
Replication:1 - 2 of 2
Tip - In part one of this tutorial, learn how creating an Active Directory replication lag site minimizes the chances of an Active Directory disaster.
Tip - A change to one domain controller is not an instantaneous change to all other domain controllers. A single change to one DC could take up to many hours to get to all others.