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How to Recover an Azure 2012 DC

Posted on 2014-12-17
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Afternoon all,
    We have a server in Azure running Active Directory, backups are complete using the Windows Azure Agent to the Azure platform.

C:\ Operating System
F:\ Active Directory

I would like to know how to restore the server to a new test machine to show recover-ability.

I have goggled like mad but have not been able to find a good instruction set.

If its not possible or if i'm attacking this from the Wrong direction please let me know.

Many thanks,
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The answer here is at the moment Azure have no ability to restore a complete server
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this was confirmed Via Microsoft support
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