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Apr 28

AD Reading: Active Directory Backup and Disaster Recovery

The following are extremely useful resources for understanding the Active Directory Backup and Disaster Recovery.

Backup and Disaster Recovery

o   What’s New in AD DS Backup and Recovery?

o   Known Issues for AD DS Backup and Recovery

o   Best Practices for AD DS Backup and Recovery

o   General Requirements for Backing Up and Recovering AD DS

o   Scenario Overviews for Backing Up and Recovering AD DS

o   Steps for Backing Up and Recovering AD DS

o   New Features, Assumptions, and Prerequisites for Using This Guide for Planning Active Directory Forest Recovery

o   Devising a Custom Forest Recovery Plan

o   Recovering Your Active Directory Forest

o   Appendix A: Forest Recovery Procedures

o   Appendix B: Frequently Asked Questions

o   Appendix C: Recovering a Single Domain within a Multidomain Forest

o   Appendix D: Forest Recovery with Windows Server 2003 Domain Controllers

o   Additional Resources

o   Restore Active Directory from backup

o   Mark the object or objects authoritative

o   Synchronize replication with all partners

o   Run an LDIF file to recover back-links

o   Restart the domain controller in Directory Services Restore Mode locally

o   Create an LDIF file for recovering back-links for authoritatively restored objects

o   Turn off inbound replication

o   Turn on inbound replication



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