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15/02/2007 - 10:58 por Okupa | Informe spam
Hola amigos, una preguntonta, cual es la diferencia entre un restore
autoritativo y no-autoritativo.

Gracias!!!!
 

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#1 Alejandro
16/02/2007 - 17:07 | Informe spam
Hola:

Como puedes ver en este articulo:

How to perform an authoritative restore to a domain controller in Windows
2000
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/241594/en-us

During a typical file restore operation, Microsoft Windows Backup operates
in nonauthoritative restore mode. In this mode, Windows Backup restores all
files, including Active Directory objects, with their original Update
Sequence Number (USN) or numbers. The Active Directory replication system
uses the USN to detect and replicate changes to Active Directory to all the
domain controllers on the network. All data that is restored
nonauthoritatively appears to the Active Directory replication system as old
data. Old data is never replicated to any other domain controllers. The
Active Directory replication system updates the restored data with newer
data from other domain controllers.

El proceso inverso, es decir, un restore autoritativo, hara que los mismos
elementos restaurados se marquen como nuevos y se repliquen al resto de DCs.

Saludos


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Hola amigos, una preguntonta, cual es la diferencia entre un restore
autoritativo y no-autoritativo.

Gracias!!!!

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