Azure Active Directory (AD) does not provide a robust backup and recovery solution; instead, it only provides a Recycle Bin to recover deleted objects. Also, the deleted items in the Recycle Bin are only held for a period of 30 days, beyond which you cannot restore them. That's why you need to deploy a complete Azure Active Directory backup and recovery solution like RecoveryManager Plus, which enables you to back up all Azure AD objects and restore them to any previous state instantly.
Back up all Azure AD objects like Users, Groups, Devices, Application, Service Principals, Directory Roles, Subscribed SKUs, Azure AD Policies, Administrative Units, and Domains.
Make a full backup of your Azure AD environment at fixed intervals to prevent the chain of incremental backups from becoming too large.
Roll back your entire AD, a few groups, or even individual objects to a previous backup point, and undo all changes made to objects after that point in time.
Restore entire Azure AD objects to any of their backed up versions instantly.
Back up only the changes made to your Azure AD since the last backup cycle, and store them as separate versions. This will allow you to restore any object to any previous version at a later date.
Restore deleted Azure AD objects and their attributes, including their group memberships, in a single click.
Restore individual attributes of Azure AD objects to any of their previous values.
Define the number of full backups to be retained, and discard older full backups and all subsequent incremental backups to save storage space.
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