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(2009-01-30) What’s The AD Version You Are Running At The Moment?

Posted by Jorge on 2009-01-30


Out of interest….What’s the AD version you are running at the moment?

To make it more specific, please answer the following questions for the environment you are running or what you see at your clients:

  • What is the OS version (incl. service pack) of the DCs in each AD domain in the AD forest
  • What is the domain/forest functional level of each AD domain/forest
  • Have you ever needed to recover multiple objects in that same environment?
    • If the answer is YES…
      • How easy or how bad was it for you?
      • Were you able to recover EVERYTHING that was deleted?
      • What recovery method and tool did you use?

Please post a comment or mail your answer to me at: jorgeDOTdeDOTalmeidaDOTpinto@gmailDOTcom

I’m really interested in knowing this. Thank you!

Cheers,
Jorge
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One Response to “(2009-01-30) What’s The AD Version You Are Running At The Moment?”

  1. Windows 2003 Domain Controllers – majority R2 with SP2

    Windows 2003 FFL and Windows 2003 DFL (just finished this project a few months ago as we still had some 2000 DCs but they are all gone now)

    Haven’t had to recover at this job. Did at the last job using Netbackup/Auth Resore. It was ok but could have been better; we had not tested the procedures as well as we should have. Looking forward to Windows 2008 R2 FFL someday down the road, the recycle bin looks promising.

    Thanks
    Mike

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