Pricing Details

ManageEngine RecoveryManager Plus is a web-based enterprise backup and restoration solution built to secure your Active Directory, virtual environment, and Windows servers.

Back up and restore your Active Directory, virtual machines, and file servers, with the option to carry out full restorations as needed. Perform attribute-level restorations of AD objects, as well as file and folder-level restoration of your domain controllers, virtual machines, and file servers.

Moreover, it allows administrators to perform automated incremental backups, compress backups to 25% of their original size, and define a retention period for all your backups.

Active Directory Backup

No. of User Objects Standard Edition
250 User Objects US$395
500 User Objects US$595
1000 User Objects US$995
1500 User Objects US$1,495
2000 User Objects US$1,795
3000 User Objects US$1,995
5000 User Objects US$2,795
10000 User Objects US$4,995
20000 User Objects US$5,495
50000 User Objects US$6,995
100000 User Objects US$11995
200000 User Objects US$17995

Note: Licensing is only based on the number of Enabled User objects (No restriction on Groups, Computers, etc.,)

Virtual Environment Backup

No.of Servers Pricing
1 Server (VMware ESXi/HyperV Host) US$295
2 Servers (VMware ESXi/HyperV Host) US$590
3 Servers (VMware ESXi/HyperV Host) US$885
5 Servers (VMware ESXi/HyperV Host) US$1475
10 Servers (VMware ESXi/HyperV Host) US$2700

Note: Licensing is based on the number of vSphere ESXi/Hyper-V hosts (No restrictions on the number of virtual machines or CPU sockets.)

Windows Server Backup

No.of Servers Pricing
1 Server US$150
2 Servers US$300
5 Servers US$750
10 Servers US$1500
20 Servers US$3000
With the free edition of RecoveryManager Plus, you can:
icon-rmp-right Backup and restore any number of deleted objects.
icon-rmp-right Manage all objects in a single domain Download Now
icon-rmp-right Configure weekly backup schedule
icon-rmp-right Perform easy backup and restoration of virtual machines.

Pricing FAQs:

How is RecoveryManager Plus licensed?
RecoveryManager Plus is licensed individually for Active Directory and Virtual Machine components. It is licensed through annual subscriptions based on the number of enabled user objects in the domain for AD, and the number of VMware / Hyper-V hosts for your virtual environment.
Can I use RecoveryManager Plus to back up just my virtual machines and not my Active Directory?
The virtual machine and Active Directory component of RecoveryManager Plus are licensed individually. You can choose to avail any one (virtual machine or Active Directory) or both, based on your requirement.
How is RecoveryManager Plus licensed for Active Directory?
The Active Directory license component is based on Number of Enabled User Objects. There are no restrictions on the number of Groups, Computers, OUs, etc. that can be backed up using RecoveryManager Plus.
How is RecoveryManager Plus licensed for virtual environments?
The Virtual Environment license component is based on Number of Virtual Hosts (VMware ESXi/Hyper-V Hosts). There are no restrictions in number of virtual machines or CPU sockets that can be backed up and restored.
Is the price of license for backing up VMware & Hyper-V hosts different?
The price for VMware and Hyper-V hosts are same. 
 If I get an Active Directory license, what are all the features that I am eligible to use?
When you get an Active Directory license, you can back up and restore AD Objects, and also perform Bare Metal backups and restoration of domain controllers.
Should I have to get different licenses for my groups and my computers?
Not necessary; Licenses are given based on the number of enabled users and not based on the number of all other AD objects.
How do I find the number of users objects in my domain to purchase a license?
To know the number of user objects in your domain, configure the domain to be backed up in RecoveryManager Plus, and click the license link in the top-right corner after logging in.
Does the license include inactive users such as the disabled users and account expired users ?
RecoveryManager Plus' Active Directory Component is licensed only based on Number of active user objects. By default, RecoveryManager Plus backs up all AD Objects including disabled user objects and account expired users.
Should I have to get different licenses for my groups and my computers?
Not necessary; licenses are given based on the number of enabled users and not other AD objects.
Is there an option to back up only specific user objects?
Yes, you can specify the organizational units on which you want to perform the backup operation.

For any other queries, please write to support request; we'll be happy to help.

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