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snapshot is a shadow copy, created by the Volume Shadow Copy Service (VSS), of the volumes that contain the Active Directory database and log files.To create and use snapshots, perform the following high-level steps:1.Create a snapshot with ntdsutil.exe.2.Mount the snapshot with the Active Directory database mounting tool.3.View the objects within the snapshot.4.When you are finished with the snapshot, dismount the snapshot.Exercises in this section include:Create an Active Directory SnapshotMount an Active Directory SnapshotView an AD DS SnapshotUnmount an AD DS SnapshotDelete an AD DS SnapshotPerforming Object- and Container-Level RecoveryStarting with Windows Server 2008 R2, Windows offers the Active Directory Recycle Bin. Similar to the Recycle Bin found in Windows that is used to recover deleted files, the Active Directory Recycle Bin can be used to recover deleted Active Directory containers and objects. Exercises in this section include:Restore a Deleted Object Without Using the Recycle BinConfiguring and Restoring Objects by Using the Active Directory Recycle BinWith Windows Server 2008 R2, Windows introduced an Active Directory Recycle Bin thatcan be used to recover an object. Different from the manual restore, all of the object’s attributes are maintained, including group membership. Starting with Windows Server 2012, you can use the Active Directory Administrative Center to recover objects from theRecycle Bin. By default, the deleted object stays in the Recycle Bin for 180 days. Exercisesin this section include:Enable the Active Directory Recycle BinRestore an Object Using the Active Directory Recycle BinManaging Active Directory OfflineIn previous versions of Windows, to perform certain tasks such as defragging the Active Directory database, you need to reboot the domain controller in DSRM, so that the Active Directory Domain Services will not be running. Starting with Windows Server
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2012, Windows servers include Restartable Active Directory Domain Services, which allows you to stop and start AD DS without restarting the domain controller and stopping other services that might be on the server. As a result, you can perform these tasks more quickly than you could before.Optimizing an Active Directory DatabaseAs mentioned previously, certain tasks require that you take the domain services offline first. One common task is to perform an offline defragmentation of the Active Directory database. Exercises in this section include:Defragment and Check the Integrity of the Active Directory DatabaseMove the Active Directory DatabaseCleaning Up MetadataTo retire a domain controller, the proper method to demote a domain controller is to remove the Active Directory Domain Services. However, if the demotion fails or the server itself fails where you cannot recover the system, you need to clean up the metadata, which means you must manually remove the domain controller from Active

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