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Use this page to optionally change the folder where RMAD will unpack the selected backup.
Your changes will not affect the default settings for unpacked backups.
This page enables you to view the progress of the backup extraction. To stop the unpack process, click Cancel. You can also have the wizard keep the extracted data for future use.
Use this page to specify a way the target domain to be accessed.
Use agentless or agent-based method
When selected, ensures that only LDAP functions are used to access the domain controller. If you select the Use agent-based method radio button instead, the restore is performed using the Restore Agent. For more details about agentless or agent-based method, refer Using agentless or agent-based method.
Target domain controller
Displays the DNS name of the target domain controller for the restore operation. By default, the wizard uses the domain controller from which the backup was created. To choose the target domain controller, click Browse, and then complete the Select Domain Controller dialog box.
Account used to access the target domain controller
Displays the user account with which RMAD will access the target domain controller. By default, the wizard accesses the domain controller with the account under which RMAD is running. To choose a different account, click Change, and then complete the Select Account dialog box.
Automatically configure firewall before the restore operation
When selected, the Windows Firewall settings will be configured automatically for the online restore operation. This check box is only made available when the Use agent-based method radio button is selected.
Use this page to select Active Directory® 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.
On the menu, click Find.
Use the dialog box that opens to search for object.
Once your search completes, under Search results, select the check boxes next to the objects you want to add.
On the menu, click Browse.
Use the dialog box that opens to browse for and select the object you want to add.
On the menu, click Import.
Use the dialog box that opens to browse for and select the import file that specifies the objects you want to add.
The import file must have the .txt format. You can specify one object per line in the import file. To specify an object in the file, use one of the following:
Distinguished name (DN)
sAMAccountName attribute value
User principal name (UPN)
When preparing an import file, you must escape reserved characters by prefixing such characters with a backslash (\). The reserved characters that must be escaped include:
< > \ " + ,
space or # character at the beginning of a string
space character at the end of a string
Other reserved characters, such as the equals sign (=) or non- UTF-8 characters, must be encoded in hexadecimal by replacing the character with a backslash followed by two hex digits.
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.
Show all possible attributes. When selected, the Attributes list displays all possible attributes of the selected object.
Include attributes with empty values. When selected, the Attributes list includes the attributes that have 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 Active Directory®, 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 Active Directory®, if the object exists in Active Directory®.
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