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Michael Olig is a Technical Product Manager at Stealthbits - Now part of Netwrix. He is currently responsible for the company’s StealthRECOVER platform and StealthAUDIT cloud and Exchange solutions. Michael’s eclectic work history prior to joining the Stealthbits team includes the titles “Product Manager, eDiscovery Solutions”, “Senior Manager of DevOps”, “Litigation Paralegal”, and “chef”.

A Guide to Active Directory Linked Attributes

This blog post is part of a series about Active Directory attributes with values or behaviors that can be easily and inadvertently misinterpreted and misused. This series will provide information about these attributes, including both their limitations and their valid usages with respect to the administration of Active Directory. This post will discuss a special […]

Fun with Active Directory’s AdminCount Attribute

This blog post is part of a series about Active Directory attributes with values or behaviors that can be easily and inadvertently misinterpreted and misused. This series will provide information about these attributes, including both their limitations and their valid usages with respect to the administration of Active Directory. Active Directory is the primary authentication […]

A Guide to Active Directory User Logon Metadata

This blog post is the first in a series about Active Directory attributes with values or behaviors that can be easily and inadvertently misinterpreted and misused. This series will provide information about these attributes, including both their limitations and their valid usages with respect to the administration of Active Directory. Active Directory user objects possess […]

What are FSMO Roles in Active Directory?

Active Directory allows object creations, updates, and deletions to be committed to any authoritative domain controller. This is possible because every Active Directory domain controller maintains a writable copy of its own domain’s partition – except, of course, Read-Only Domain Controllers. After a change has been committed, it is replicated automatically to other domain controllers […]

What is a Global Catalog Server?

The global catalog is a feature of Active Directory (“AD”) domain controllers that allows for a domain controller to provide information on any object in the forest, regardless of whether the object is a member of the domain controller’s domain. Domain controllers with the global catalog feature enabled are referred to as global catalog servers […]

How to Backup and Recover Group Policy Objects (GPOs)

Editor’s note: This is the 5th and final blog series around Active Directory (AD) backup and recovery using Stealthbits, StealthRECOVER. Read the 1st blog An Introduction to Active Directory Backup and Recovery, the 2nd blog Active Directory Object Recovery, the 3rd blog Active Directory Recover (Recycle Bin), and the 4th blog How to Rollback and […]

How to Rollback and Recover Active Directory Object Attributes

Editors note: This is the 4th in a series of blogs around Active Directory (AD) backup and recovery using STEALTHbits, StealthRECOVER. Read the 1st blog, An Introduction to Active Directory Backup and Recovery, the 2nd blog, Active Directory Object Recovery, and the 3rd blog Active Directory Recover (Recycle Bin). The previous two posts in this series focused on […]

Active Directory Object Recovery (Recycle Bin)

Editors note: This is the 3rd in a series of blog around Active Directory (AD) backup and recovery using Stealthbits, StealthRECOVER. Read the 1st blog, An Introduction to Active Directory Backup and Recovery and the 2nd blog, Active Directory Object Recovery. The previous post in this series discussed the joys of Active Directory object recovery in […]

Active Directory Object Recovery

Editor’s Note: This is the 2nd in a series of blogs around Active Directory (AD) backup and recovery using STEALTHbits, StealthRECOVER. Read the 1st blog, An Introduction to Active Directory Backup and Recovery. NOTE: For the purposes of this post I’m going to assume that the Active Recovery Recycle Bin has not been enabled within […]

Introduction to Active Directory Backup and Recovery

When I was a little kid, I knew what I wanted to be when I grew up. No, not an astronaut. Definitely not a doctor or a lawyer. When I grew up, I wanted to be the Product Manager of an Active Directory backup and recovery tool. Just kidding. I’m pretty sure I wanted to […]

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