This is running a w2K3 server as a single DC. My management is worry if the server (especially server hardware) is down, we do not have any backup and how can we recover the system so as business as usual. We only have a monthly backup on system state. If this DC is down, can we restore this system state on a different server, and all the users can logon to the domain as per usual?
Or any other suggestion as long users can logon to domain.
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Restoring Windows 2003 Active Directory in a Disaster Recovery Situation. (http://www.puryear-it.com/blog/2012/09/17/restoring-windows-2003-active-directory/)
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