Systems administrators can recover failed Windows Server 2008 Active Directory resources directly from corrupted databases.
Online PR News – 20-July-2009 – – OfficeRecovery.com announces support for the most recent release of Microsoft Windows Server in its Recovery for Active Directory software. Corrupted Active Directory resources can be now restored for the entire Windows Server product line, including 2008, 2003 and 2000 Advanced Server.
The data restored from corrupted resources database is inserted into current Active Directory of the server that the recovery utility has been launched on. As a result, resources, services, user information and other data from corrupted Active Directory become instantly manageable.
Recovery for Active Directory does not rely on pre-existing backups to restore data. The data is salvaged from the corrupted Active Directory storage itself. This makes the utility the only option in situations when there is no backup available.
Recoveronix CEO Emil Sildos said: "A big boost of confidence for our customers who have moved to Windows Server 2008. The operating system is relatively new. Recovery for Active Directory gives systems administrators a good chance of recovering AD resources in case of a catastrophic failure."
Recovery for Active Directory licenses start from US $399 for a standard license. It is intended for individual or small business use and allows one installation and use for one server. Other types of licenses are Enterprise, allowing two installations, and 1-Year Service, a special license for companies providing data recovery services to third parties.
Free demo version of Recovery for Active Directory is available at
OfficeRecovery.com is trade name for Recoveronix, a software company in the data recovery business since 1998. More than 40 products offered by Recoveronix have provided millions of businesses and individuals the chance to regain data accessibility and integrity after the event of data corruption.