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Backup Active Directory Domain Controller


This article will guide you on how to #backup #active #directory domain controller.
A System State backup generally includes a copy of any installed device #drivers and related files, most of the Windows directory, the #Windows #Registry, the Active Directory configuration (where applicable) and system files under Windows File Protection.
In production it is best practice to have at least 2 domain controllers per domain. If you factor in each child domain and the other domains that could easily scale up fast if you have two in each one.
To Configure Windows Backup Users on a Domain Controller:
1. Expand Active Directory "Users > Computers > Users".
2. Right-click the appropriate user who will be performing backups and click Properties.
3. On the Member Of tab, click Add to add the Backup Operators group to the User.
4. Click OK.

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Restore Active Directory from backup


This article will guide you on how to restore active directory from backup. Back up Active Directory on a regular basis

You should back up your Active Directory regularly with an interval that doesn't exceed 60 days. #AD services presume that the age of the Active #Directory backup cannot be more than the lifetime of AD tombstone objects, which by default is 60 days.

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