AD System State Recovery

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Is there any chance of restoring Active Directory from System State on another Server with different Hardware, and if I have Exchange Server on the same recovered Server, does that means more complexity, or it's possible?
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its possible

only after restoring the active directory
in the restore mode you should install all the driver of the new server

i tested many time and it work fine without any problems
here are some helpful link
but its so easy and nothing to woory,TEST IT First in your LAB

pls read in details

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Glen KnightCommented:
The best way to do this is to build a new server with the same name, same domain name etc.

Then do an Active Directory Restore Mode recovery.  Once you have Recovered active directory start a fresh installation of exchange and use the: setup /disasterrecovery switch an this will recover the exchange details from Active Directory.

You can then restore your exchange database.
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