Granular Recovery of Active Directory Objects

Microsoft Active Directory is a standard in corporate environments where policy-based management and easy scalability are required. It’s almost impossible to imagine how system administrators would be able to do their jobs effectively if LDAP protocol didn’t exist. Not only is Active Directory a great power, but it’s also a great responsibility — and it requires spending lots of time with it in order to maximize
its capabilities. For example, creating and removing Active Directory objects is one of the most frequent requests for system administrators. Beyond that, there are many situations when something goes wrong and an admin is required to recover an Active Directory object, a bunch of objects or its attributes after an accidental change or even an intentional deletion.