Exercise 2 - Developing a Comprehensive Active Directory Backup & Recovery Plan

Exercise 2 - Developing a Comprehensive Active Directory Backup & Recovery Plan

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You are the network administrator for TreyResearch.net. You have been asked to develop a comprehensive Active Directory backup and recovery plan for the company. You need to include recommendations on backup types and details on how to restore backups in a variety of use cases. After a series of meetings, you’ve identified several recovery use cases, including major disaster recovery to a new location; total failure of a domain controller, including one holding one or more operations master roles; inadvertent or deliberate deletion of a major portion of Active Directory; and inadvertent or deliberate deletion of individual objects in Active Directory. 1. What solutions would you propose for the total failure of a domain controller that doesn’t hold operations master roles? The full server backup of a domain controller can be restored as a non-authoritative restore when it doesn’t hold the operations master roles. You can do a full, bare-metal
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