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Posts Tagged ‘recovery’

How Active Directory Can Reduce Threats to Your Business

Chances are you’re running Microsoft Active Directory and utilizing its built-in safeguards. However, even with native AD protections, your operations might still be jeopardized by unintentional or malicious actions. Here are two ways to augment Active Directory’s onboard auditing capabilities and keep your business up and running to its maximum potential: 1. Ensure Security and…

Post by Gail Ferreira April 7, 2014
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PowerBroker Recovery for Active Directory Takes the Pain and Uncertainty out of AD Recovery

I remember back in school working on an essay for days, saving it to my local 5 ¼ inch floppy just to find a disk error when trying to print it the day before it was due. Remembering all that I wrote, and then actually doing the work, gave me an unsettling feeling in my…

Post by Morgan Holm March 19, 2012
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Restoring/Undeleting a GPO

Have you ever needed to undelete or rollback a GPO, but realized you forgot to back it up or could not remember what changes were made to it? Well, we have had many customers with the same problem. That’s why BeyondTrust Recovery for Active Directory also supports group policy objects (GPO). When group policies are…

Post by Morgan Holm February 24, 2012
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Windows Server 2008 R2 Recycle Bin

Microsoft has included recovery capabilities with every release Active Directory (AD) from Windows Server 2000 on. There is a saying that has been around in IT for a long time, “An administrator is only as good as their last backup”. This is because accidental deletions of a single user object to the removal of hundreds…

Post by Morgan Holm November 26, 2011
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