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Monthly Archives: October 2009

Snapshot recovery tool strikes back

Written on October 29, 2009 at 3:16 pm, by

Some time ago, when Windows 2008 was released I had some spare time (where are those days) and I wanted to master some of my .NET coding skills. What is better than find an idea to use them … and that’s how 1Identity Snapshot Recovery Tool was created. Snapshot Recovery Tool is command line tool […]

Snapshot Recover Tool

Written on October 28, 2009 at 2:39 pm, by

Snapshot Recover Tool Snapshot Recovery tool is command line interface tool which simplifies process of Active Directory deleted objects reanimation and populating these objects with data from Active Directory snapshot mounted in active instance. This tool can be also used to populate existing (not deleted) object with data from Active Directory snapshot without performing actual […]

One subnet to catch them all

Written on October 6, 2009 at 10:08 am, by

This post is probably first of TEC 2009 follow-up series, at least partially as I thought about covering it just before going to TEC. However Brian Desmond has touched this topic during his session so it is good reason to follow-up on it. This will be about usage of catch-all subnets in AD topology design. […]