Master, predict, manage and control Active Directory incidents, risks in your infrastructure, enterprise

When it comes to Active Directory (AD), we talk about a directory service that Microsoft developed for Windows domain networks and included in most Windows Server operating systems as a set of processes and services

Active Directory (AD) domain controller authenticates and authorizes all users and computers in a Windows domain type network, assigning and enforcing security policies for all computers and installing or updating software.

In many enterprises, Active Directory (AD) is the core authentication method. This means, disaster recovery should be planned, predictable and controlled.
Recommendations are clear for companies to implement a virtual Active Directory lab that can monitor the production of Active Directory (AD). 

This holistic approach can help organizations to be more efficient in testing its AD recovery plan, gain confidence in making application changes, and have a more accurate view of how the DR (disaster recovery) plan will work in the actual production environment.

Recovery Managers for Active Directory exists. They are billed as a complete AD recovery solution that can easily set up a Disaster Recovery test environment by automating the creation of a virtual Active Directory lab that is an exact replica of the organization’s production environment.
These solutions help accelerate the testing of disaster recovery plans, software patches, and more, providing IT with a clear view of how the disaster recovery plans or new software will work in the production environment.

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