To delete an alert
A recovery pause allows you to suspend the recovery of one or more domain controllers right before they enter a certain recovery stage. You can then resume the recovery of the domain controllers from the point at which it was paused.
For example, recovery pauses let you temporarily suspend the recovery of particular domain controllers in order you could perform a manual action outside of Recovery Manager for Active Directory Disaster Recovery Edition.
Important: Recovery pauses cannot be used to prioritize the recovery of certain critical domain controllers, domains, or sites in your Active Directory forest.
In your recovery project, you can use recovery pauses of the following types:
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In a recovery project, you can use manual pauses to pause any recovery step of a domain controller.
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To create a manual pause
The manual pause will activate before the next recovery step begins for the domain controller. The pause does not apply to the recovery step that is currently underway.
To view the current and the next recovery step for a domain controller, use the Progress tab in the Domain Controller Recovery Settings and Progress area.
To release a manual pause
This command is only applicable to the currently active manual pause. It is not applicable to any automatic pauses that may be active for the domain controller.
To monitor active pauses, you can use the List of Domain Controllers area. The domain controllers whose recovery is currently paused are labeled with the following icon:
Table 28: Active pause icon
Indicates that the recovery of the domain controller is paused.
To view which recovery stage or step is now paused, click the domain controller in the list, and then open the Progress tab. The paused recovery stage or step is also labeled with the pause icon.