Active Directory disasters can happen in any form - a GPO might be deleted that stops users from logging in, an OU that contains countless users could be deleted, or a domain controller might crash. This necessitates that the AD backup and recovery solution used must be equipped to deal with any type of disaster
ManageEngine RecoveryManager Plus and Commvault Active Directory iDataAgent aim to address this particular problem. The following table compares the backup and restoration capabilities of these products.
|Feature||ManageEngine RecoveryManager Plus
|Commvault Active Directory iDataAgent|
|Bare-metal backup & restoration|
|AD Users backup & recovery|
|AD Groups backup & recovery|
|AD GPOs backup & recovery|
|AD OUs backup & recovery|
|AD DNS backup & recovery|
|AD Computers backup & recovery|
|AD Contacts backup & recovery|
|User’s Exchange Attributes backup & recovery|
|Group Membership backup & recovery|
|Custom Attributes backup & recovery (Extended schema attributes)|
(does not require domain functional level to be set at 2008 R2)
|Advanced Backup Options|
|Multiple Domain Support|
|Non-admin operators (Technicians)|
|Attribute Level Restoration|
|Forced Replication after Recovering Linked Objects|
|Restart Free Recovery|
You can also opt for a Perpetual Licensing model.
From the above comparison, it is clear that RecoveryManager Plus clearly trumps Commvault iDataAgent when it comes to backing up and restoring your Active Directory environment. GPOs play a very vital role in Active Directory administration and the absence of a quick way to restore deleted GPOs makes RecoveryManager Plus better than Commvault iDataAgent. In addition, with the ability to backup and restore extended schema attributes, RecoveryManager Plus presents itself as a superior alternative.
CAMH will be able to save close to $26,000 a year on service desk calls related to Active Directory password resets and locked accounts, and will see a return on investment within the first six months of product implementation.
Judy OlivierProject Manager, CAMH
This tool helps me be in command of the technical environment in my Active Directory network. It is easier to find logs and manage more effectively. The cost for the many features got our attention.
Diego PontesTecnisa SATecnisa SA
Just about the best piece of security software that would put a smile on any security administrator
Jacinto GodinhoAdministrator: Quality Assurance and IT Security, Al-Ahli Bank of Kuwait
Choose RecoveryManager Plus if you need to back up all AD objects in your domain and get advanced recovery capabilities such as AD rollback and Recycle Bin. Additionally, RecoveryManager Plus would be the right choice if you also need to back up your Azure AD data, Microsoft 365 services such as Exchange Online, SharePoint Online, OneDrive for Business, and Teams, and your on-premises Exchange environments.
For more information about RecoveryManager Plus, please visitwww.manageengine.com/ad-recovery-manager/
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