Dell's Recovery Manager for Active Directory Introduces Backup Configurations in the Cloud

Have you ever looked at an end user’s account in Active Directory and thought: “Who made that change?”
With Dell’s Recovery Manager for Active Directory (RMAD) and Recovery Manager for Active Directory Forest Edition 8.7, organizations can backup and audit their Active Directory configurations. Not only does this solution work for on-premises domain controllers, it also has built in support for Microsoft Azure AD.
That being said, Dell is claiming that it is the first to market with features that allow administrators to backup and audit Active Directory containers found within Azure AD. This suite allows administrators to perform sophisticated tasks such as rolling back configurations, forest-level recovery of AD sites and much more!
“Organizations running hybrid environments must have clear visibility into what’s going on in their Active Directory environment, and need the ability to restore unwanted AD changes before they can impact the business,” says Brett Roscoe, VP of product management at Dell Systems and Information Management.
“Azure offers great value to customers, but without a simple yet comprehensive management solution it can increase complexity and introduce risk to the Active Directory environment. Other products in the market support Azure with AD Connect, but only Dell offers the most complete capabilities to address the hybrid Azure and on-premise AD environments,” Roscoe went on to say.
The newest release of Dell’s RMAD gives administrators a plethora of options in terms rolling back configurations. Admins can now roll back DNS objects and GPO objects while simultaneously giving IT staff the power to take complete control over their entire domain.
If your domain controller were to crash or become corrupt, how would your business respond? If your organization uses Dell’s RMAD, you may be able to rapidly recover should the worst possible scenario arise concerning the health of your onsite and cloud based domain controllers.