Learn what happens when Active Directory disasters strike when you’re protected by Recovery Manager for Active Directory, Disaster Recovery Edition.
Active Directory disasters require flexibility in recovery because no two environments or attacks are alike. Learn about the Recovery Manger restore options.
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Learn how to set up integration between Recovery Manager for AD and On Demand Recovery
How to configure and manage backups in Recovery Manager for Active Directory, Forest Edition, and Disaster Recovery Edition.
Learn how to create a forest recovery project in Recovery Manager for Active Directory.
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Active Directory is at the heart of businesses around the world. Microsoft estimates that there are more than 473 million Active Directory accounts that authenticate close to 10 billion times during an average day.
That's why Active Directory problems, whether accidental or malicious, can cripple a business and cause It professionals many sleepless nights. We understand how important Active Directory is, and we help manage and protect more than 180 million AD accounts worldwide.
One small spark can take out your entire Active Directory forest. Assess your AD environment health, stopping problems before they burn everything down.
With Recovery Manager for Active Directory, you can reduce the time it takes to recover from the forest level AD disaster by 95%. Learn more about Active Directory Forest Disaster Recovery.
This video provides an overview of Recovery Manager for Active Directory.
Learn how you can protect your Active Directory data from disaster, reduce downtime, and perform granular restores with Recovery Manager for Active Directory.