[Veritas-bu] Granularity of Restore Capabilities for Win2K
BrochF at europe.stortek.com
Wed Oct 17 11:07:54 CDT 2001
Hi Dennis ,
If your domain is completely crash , all you can is recover at the point of
your backup , but if it's only a server which is a part of an Active
directory domain , normaly (hum with M$ , you have to take care) after the
restore , your server should synchronize with others active directory
It depends what is the role of the server in the domain , but it should work
F at brice
De : Dennis Dwyer [mailto:dfdwyer at tecoenergy.com]
Envoyé : mercredi 17 octobre 2001 17:42
À : veritas-bu at mailman.eng.auburn.edu
Objet : [Veritas-bu] Granularity of Restore Capabilities for Win2K
I was asked what the granularity was for Win2K Active Directory restores.
Here's the scenario. If someone accidently deletes a domain or part of a
domain, can it be recovered at that level? Is it possible to just restore
file access permissions or logon scripts associated with a specific user in
a domain without restoring the entire user?
If these questions sound peculiar, hang with me for a minute. I'm not an NT
guy so I'm posing the question the way I understood it when it was asked.
Any information anyone could provide would be greatly appreciated.
Quote: "Time is not a test of the truth"
Translation: Just because you've always done it that way, doesn't make it
Dennis F. Dwyer
Enterprise Storage Manager
Tampa Electric Company
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