Recovery for Active Directory

Recovery for Active Directory

Recovery for Active Directory

Developer’s Description

Recovery for Active Directory repairs corrupted Active Directory databases (.dit). The recovered data is implemented into current Active Directory database which is ready to be used on Windows Server. Features includes recovers resources, services and users, and implements recovered object into current Active Directory structureDownload file for RecoveryManager Plus is the same for Free and Standard editions. When you install the product, the Standard edition is installed, and will work for 30 days. After 30 days, it will automatically get converted to Free edition unless the Standard edition license is purchased. However, you can extend the trial period for an additional duration of 15 days by registering with us.

New in Recovery for Active Directory 2.1:


  • Windows Server 2008 support

Standard features:

  • Supports Microsoft® Active Directory 2008, 2003, 2000 Advanced Server
  • Recovers resources, services and users
  • Restores forests, trees, and domains hierarchy.
  • Implements recovered object into current Active Directory structure
  • Easy to use, no special user skills required
  • Full install/uninstall support


  • User passwords are converted to blank ones
  • Security IDs are not recovered. Every restored object gets new Security ID.

System Requirements

  • Operating system: Windows 2008 Server, Windows 2000 Advanced Server, Windows 2003 Server
  • Active Directory (PDC)
  • RAM: 256-1024 MB (depends on database size and corruption range)
  • Hard Disk: minimum 10 MB of free space required for installation
  • Display: 640 x 480 or higher resolution, 256 colors

A single improper change to Microsoft Active Directory, whether accidental or deliberate, can lead to disaster. Alter the wrong Group Policy setting and suddenly users are free to install ransomware on their machines or copy data off to USB drives. Make the wrong person a member of an AD group and they’ll be able to read files they shouldn’t. Delete the wrong account and an essential business process might come to a halt. Native tools don’t make it easy to revert these critical changes — but Netwrix StealthRECOVER does. Administrators can quickly recover entire AD objects or just a single attribute to a known good state, without downtime.

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