Active Directory Backup
Active Directory Backup
Back up just the changes made after the last backup cycle to speed up the backup process.
Restore individual attributes of objects that have been modified.
Define a backup retention period and dispose of backup information that is no longer needed.
Perform recovery operations without having to restart your domain controllers to ensure continuous, high availability.
Reverse even the smallest attribute value change to undo any undesired modifications.
Maintain multiple versions of a backup for each object. Restore or roll back to the version you need.
Roll back your entire AD, particular OUs, or even individual objects to a previous point in time.
Restore deleted AD objects and all their attributes, including group memberships and passwords, in a single click. You can also restore a deleted object's parent objects.
Restore either all of a user's attributes or just a select few, including their group membership, last set password, and much more.
Back up all changes made to groups, including the addition or deletion of group members, modifications to the rights and permissions of security groups, and so on. When restoring a group, linked objects that have been deleted will also be restored.
Back up and restore all Group Policy Objects in your domain. Track each change made to GPOs and undo any specific modification, or revert all changes at once.
Back up all AD objects present in an OU/container in a single click. Restore delegation permissions that were previously assigned while restoring deleted OUs/containers.
Back up all computer objects in your domain. When a computer account is restored, the last set password of the computer account is also restored, thereby re-joining the computer to the domain instantly.
Back up DNS zones and DNS nodes in your domain. Track DNS configuration changes in your domain and back them up for easy restoration in case of disaster.
While recovering a deleted user, restore their group memberships along with all other attributes. Quickly restore users' security permissions so authorized users can access sensitive resources without any delay.
Track and locate changes made to mailbox users, distribution groups, and mail contacts. Perform scheduled and incremental backups of Exchange-related attributes, and restore or roll back these changes either partially or completely.
Back up all attributes of a contact so you can restore either all that object's attributes or only a few specific ones if needed. Restore linked attributes, such as the contact's distribution group membership, manager, and direct reports, all at once.
Add non-admin users to RecoveryManager Plus so they can carry out certain backup and restoration tasks. Assign each user a role (e.g. auditor, operator, or admin) to provide them with varying levels of administrative access.