Use this window to select AD LDS (ADAM) objects to be processed.
Objects. Lists the objects the wizard will process. The Name column displays the object’s distinguished name.
Add. Adds objects to the Objects list. Click this button, and then, on the shortcut menu, click Find, Browse, or Import to specify the objects you want to add.
Remove. Removes selected objects from the Objects list.
Properties. Displays the Properties dialog box, allowing you to view the attribute values of objects you select from the Objects list.
Click Add, and then do one of the following:
On the shortcut menu, click Find and use the Find and Select Objects in Backup dialog to search for objects in the backup. Under Search results, select objects by selecting check boxes next to object names. If no object are returned, click on the Find drop down and select Any type and click on the Find Now button.
On the shortcut menu, click Browse and use the Browse and Select Object in Backup dialog to browse the directory tree and select an object. If nothing is displayed in the dialog box, click the Show advanced objects check box, then browse through the objects listed.
On the shortcut menu, click Import and use the Open dialog to locate and open the import file that contains distinguished names (DN) of the objects you want to add. Import files are text files that contain one DN per line. When preparing an import file for selecting objects, you must escape reserved characters by prefixing such characters with a backslash (\) in DN strings. The reserved characters that must be escaped include semicolon (;), right and left angle brackets (<, >), backslash (\), double quote (“), plus sign (+), comma (,), space or # character at the beginning of a string, and space character at the end of a string.
When finished, click OK to close the dialog box.
Select an object from the Objects list, and then click Properties.
The wizard displays the Properties dialog box. The Attributes box inside the Properties dialog box lists attributes of the selected object and displays the values each attribute has in the backup and in Active Directory®. The elements of the Properties dialog box are defined as follows:
Show changed attributes only. When selected, the Attributes list displays only the attributes that have been changed since the time the backup was created.
Include attributes with empty values. When selected, the Attributes list displays only the attributes that have non-empty values.
In the Attributes list, each entry includes the following fields:
Attribute. Displays the LDAP display name of an attribute. When the value in the backup differs from the value in AD LDS (ADAM), the attribute is labeled with a red exclamation sign icon. Otherwise, it is labeled with a green tick icon.
Value in Backup. Displays the value the attribute has in the backup.
Value in Active Directory. Displays the value the attribute has in AD LDS (ADAM), if the object exists in AD LDS (ADAM).
Use this page to specify what you want to do with the objects you selected.
Compare, analyze, and optionally restore. With this option, the wizard performs per-attribute comparison of selected objects between a backup and AD LDS (ADAM) instance, and allows you to proceed to the object restore.
Restore (skip compare analysis). This option allows you to proceed to the restore of the objects specified on the previous page of the wizard.
Use this page to select the operation option, to specify whether to process the objects' child objects, and how to process object attributes.
Child objects processing. In this area, you can use the following elements:
Process no child objects. Processes only the selected objects.
Process all child objects. Processes the selected objects and all their child objects.
Process child objects of selected types. Processes the selected objects and their child objects of the types you specify using the Select Object Types button.
Select Object Types. Displays the Select Object Types dialog box that allows you to select the child object types to be processed.
Attribute-level processing. In this area, you can use the following elements:
Process all attributes. Processes all object attributes. When performing a restore with this option, the wizard only restores the attributes that were modified since the backup time. The wizard does not affect other attributes.
Process selected attributes. Processes selected object attributes. Use the Select Attributes button to specify the attributes to be processed. You can process selected attributes only if child objects are not selected for processing.
Select Attributes. Displays the Select Attributes to Be Processed dialog box that allows you to specify what object attributes the wizard will process.
Use this page to specify whether or not you want to generate a comparison or restore report and what information you want in the report.
Generate report. When this check box is selected, the wizard generates a report based on the settings you have specified.
Report changed objects only. When this check box is selected, the comparison report includes information about only the objects that have been changed since the time of the backup, and the restore report includes information only about the objects that the wizard has modified or undeleted during the restore.
Report changed attributes only. When this check box is selected, the comparison report includes information about only the object attributes that have been changed since the time of the backup, and the restore report includes information only about the object attributes the wizard has modified during the restore.
Include Change Auditor "Who" data in reports. When this checkbox is selected, the comparison report includes the information on users who modified certain Active Directory® objects. To use this option, you must have Change Auditor for Active Directory installed in the home Active Directory® forest of Recovery Manager for Active Directory.
Include subsequent changes from CA on deleted objects. When this option is selected, RMAD restores deleted object(s) and continuously restores the last change (if any) that was made to the object attributes after creating the backup, using data from the Change Auditor database.
Database. Allows you to specify the name of Change Auditor database.
To specify the CA database server, instance, port, and name, use the following format: <Server Name>\<Instance Name>,<Port>\<Database Name>. Example: testserver.domain.com\testinstance,1432\ChangeAuditorDB
Account used to access CA database. Allows you to specify a user account to access the Change Auditor database.
By default, the wizard accesses the Change Auditor database with the credentials of the current user that RMAD is running under. To choose a different account, click Change, and then select SQL Server authentication using the below credentials, enter the info and select OK.
For details about the Change Auditor-related options, see Integration with Change Auditor for Active Directory.
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