You can configure the Recovery Manager Console to show or hide specific sites located in the Active Directory® forest to which the Recovery Manager Console is connected.
In the console tree, expand the Active Directory node, then expand the node representing the forest that includes the sites you want to show or hide.
Select the Sites node.
From the main menu, select Action | Show Sites.
In the Available sites list, select the check boxes next to the domains you want to show or clear the check boxes next to the ones you want to hide.
When finished, click OK.
The Recovery Manager for Active Directory (RMAD) license key file specifies the licensed number of user accounts in the Active Directory® domains protected with the product. If the actual number of user accounts exceeds the licensed number, RMAD does not stop functioning but displays a warning message each time you back up data. In this case, you need to purchase and install a new license key file allowing you to back up a greater number of user accounts or revoke licenses from the domains whose backups you no longer need.
To view information about and manage the installed license key file, you can use the License tab in the About dialog box: in the Recovery Manager Console, right-click the Recovery Manager for Active Directory console tree root, and then click About.
The License tab has the following elements:
Licenses purchased. Displays the maximum allowed number of user accounts you can back up using the installed license file.
Licenses allocated. Displays the number of user accounts backed up with the installed license file. If this number exceeds the number of purchased licenses, RMAD returns a warning message each time you back up data.
License usage. Displays the number of user accounts backed up in each domain.
Revoke. Revokes licenses from the domain selected in the License usage list. Be careful, as revoking licenses from a domain deletes all backups RMAD created for that domain.
Install License File. Allows you to install a new license key file purchased from Quest®.
In this section:
You need to supply a valid license key file when installing Recovery Manager for Active Directory.
In the Setup Wizard, on the User Information page, click Browse license to display the Select License File dialog box.
Locate the Quest license file (*.dlv) and click Open.
If you have purchased a new license, use the Recovery Manager Console to update the license key file.
In the Recovery Manager Console, right-click the Recovery Manager for Active Directory console tree root, and then click About.
In the About dialog box, click the License tab, and then click Install License File.
In the Update License dialog box, enter the path and name of the license key file, and then click OK.
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