In the Recovery Manager Console tree, select the Computer Collection from which you want to remove items.
In the details pane, select the items you want to remove. Use CTRL and SHIFT to select multiple items.
Right-click the selection, and then click Delete.
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To restore data from Active Directory or AD LDS (ADAM) backups, Recovery Manager for Active Directory requires specific dynamic link libraries (DLLs) supplied with the Windows operating system. In case Recovery Manager for Active Directory cannot find these DLLs, the backup restore operation may fail with an error message similar to the following:
“The Active Directory database (ntds.dit) file in the backup is incompatible with the esent.dll file version found on this computer.”
Before you start using Recovery Manager for Active Directory to extract and restore data from Active Directory or AD LDS (ADAM) backups, it is recommended to ensure the required DLLs are available on the Recovery Manager for Active Directory computer.
Operating system on the Recovery Manager for Active Directory computer
The OS version on the domain controller cannot be higher than the OS version on the Recovery Manager Console machine. For the list of supported OS, see Release Notes.
To configure the various settings of Recovery Manager for Active Directory, you can use the Settings dialog box. In the Settings dialog box, you can define a TCP port for communications with the Backup Agent, Online Restore Agent, Offline Restore Agent and Management Agent, specify the default location for storing Active Directory backups, select a default method for compare and restore operations, configure settings for creating unpacked backups, or set up e-mail notifications or diagnostic logging.
In the Recovery Manager Console, select the Recovery Manager for Active Directory console tree root.
On the Action menu, click Settings.
The Settings dialog box has the following tabs: