Backing Up Active Directory In Windows 2000

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This paper is provided as study guides only please do not submit this document directly to any university. A non-authoritative restore results in the restored data (which may be out-of-date) becoming synchronized with the data on other domain controllers through replication. In contrast, an authoritative restore causes the restored domain controller’s replicated data to be authoritative in relation to its replication partners. For a primary restore it should only occur when all the domain controllers in the domain are lost, and you are trying to rebuild the domain from backup.

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