This solution provides a list of issues that were resolved in Recovery Manager for AD 7.1.4.
For each issue that was resolved in Recovery Manager 7.1.4, the following list includes the CR ID and a brief description of the problem.
NOTE: Recovery Manager for AD 7.1.4 is a cumulative package that also includes all updates that were implemented in the Recovery Manager update releases 7.1.1 through 7.1.3. For more information, see the following articles:
List of Updates Included in Recovery Manager for Active Directory 7.1.1:
List of Updates Included in Recovery Manager for Active Directory 7.1.2:
List of Updates included in Recovery Manager for Active Directory 7.1.3:
When creating a comparison report in the Online Restore wizard, you may experience significant performance degradation, provided a large number (thousands) of objects modified since the time of the backup.
When creating a backup for a given server, Recovery Manager may repeatedly warn that the system is running low on registry quota. Along with each warning of this kind, Recovery Manager attempts to increase the registry quota on that server.
This problem shows up if the size of the server's registry is about or above 200 MB.
CR0104202, CR0104279- Fixed
The Online Restore wizard may report that a linked attribute has been restored, whereas the attribute neither needs to be nor actually is restored. For example, when restoring a user, the wizard reports that the user object has been restored to groups, as of the time of the backup, even if those groups no longer exist in Active Directory. That is, the wizard erroneously reports the restoration of group memberships in the following situations:
- The user U is a member of the group G as of the time of the backup.
- The group G is deleted from Active Directory after the backup is created.
- The Online Restore wizard is used to restore the user U from the backup.
In this case, the wizard reports the addition of the user U to the group G during the restore operation, which is incorrect because the group G does not exist in the directory.
In the Group Policy Restore wizard, when using a comparison report, you encounter the following problem: the report does not include information about changes to certain Group Policy settings.
When using the Online Restore wizard or Group Policy Restore wizard, you may encounter the message "Error occurred while opening database. Details: Invalid or unknown language id.". This error occurs if your backup contains information in a right-to-left or East Asian language whereas your system is not configured to support that language.
When restoring deleted Group Policy objects, the Group Policy Restore wizard does not restore the order of links to those objects. For example, when the wizard restores a Group Policy object (GPO) along with the link to that GPO on a certain OU, the restored link is always at the bottom of the list of links on that OU. The link is expected to be restored to the position it occupied at the time of the backup.
The list of sessions (displayed in the details pane when you select Sessions in the console tree) cannot be sorted by End Date. Clicking the "End Date" column heading has no effect.
In the Online Restore wizard, the list of backups on the "Backup for Comparison" page does not provide a visual indication of whether one or another backup is unpacked. The expected behavior is that the unpacked backups are marked with a special icon.
In the Group Policy Restore wizard, when using a comparison report, you encounter the following problem: the report does not include information about changes to the disabled GPO links.
In the Online Restore wizard, when restoring a user object with the agentless method, you encounter the following problem: Recovery Manager fails to restore the user's password even if you have modified the Active Directory schema using the procedures described in "Enabling Restoration of the Object's Password and SID History" in RM-AD Help.
In some rare cases, the Online Restore wizard may restore all attributes even if you have selected only certain attributes to be restored by using the option "Process only selected attributes."
In the Online Restore wizard, when using a comparison report, you may encounter the following problem: the same attribute occurs multiple times in the report.
When using the "Browse for Container" dialog box to add a container to a Computer Collection, you encounter the following problem: the tree view of domains in that dialog box only includes top-level domains, without displaying child domains.
Backup creation fails if the user@domain syntax is used to specify the user name in alternative credentials for a Computer Collection. Namely, when you configure a Computer Collection to use the option "Access target computer using specified account," and specify the name of the account in the form user@domain, Recovery Manager fails to back up that Collection.
When you modify properties of a Computer Collection, Recovery Manager may not properly validate the backup path for the Collection. As a result, it may accept an invalid path, which causes backup sessions for that Collection to fail.
During backup creation, Recovery Manager does not update the Result reading in the list of members of a Computer Collection in a timely fashion. You can display in the details pane by selecting the Collection in the console tree.