The reason for wanting to rollback the Active Directory to an earlier state can be attributed to multiple activities like script error, accidental modification or deletion of objects. Rather than devoting organizational resources for disaster prevention, it is wise to have an appropriate technology in place to recover the system from such mishaps.
To avoid permanent loss of data, RecoveryManager Plus creates periodic backups of Active Directory data and allows you to ‘roll back’ to an earlier state, thus undoing any changes performed in the intermediate period. The rollback feature operates by creating ‘rollback points’ for every backup operation performed and lets you go back in time and choose from several available rollback points for a selected date. This allows you to recover the entire directory or portions of it; say a particular object or an attribute as per your requirement.
The rollback feature gives you the prowess to undelete an Active Directory object, negate any accidents and reinstate the Active Directory to the point of your choice and do all this without shutting down or restarting your domain controller.
To get a quick peek at how AD rollback works in RecoveryManager Plus, watch this video.
The following are the highlights associated with the RecoveryManager Plus rollback process
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