StealthRECOVER enables point-in-time rollback and recovery of AD objects, attributes, Active Directory Integrated DNS, and more, allowing organizations to restore all or just the information they need. Key features include:
Govern when and how directory back-ups are performed, with full visibility into back-up history and changed objects, DNS links, GPOs, and OUs. Multiple directory snapshots and full-text search make it easy to find and restore the information you need.
Recover deleted objects like users, groups, and computers with all attributes, group memberships, and settings restored to the last backup state. Quick, easy recovery of deleted objects prevents loss of access, denial of service, or errors in applications that can impact the business.
Rollback changes to objects like users, groups, and computers to any recorded state—complete with attributes, group memberships, and settings. Organizations can also restore all objects to the last known good state in case of severe outage, or when it’s too cumbersome to perform individual rollbacks.
Collect, inventory, and analyze every permission to every object to understand exactly who has privileged access in Active Directory.
Preconfigured and customizable security best practices checks proactively identify critical security configurations that leave Active Directory vulnerable to attack.
Pinpoint stale, duplicate, and toxic objects and programmatically clean them up using integrated actions to increase security and reduce complexity.
Restore an individual attribute, or set of attributes, for users or groups to any recorded back-up state. The ability to rollback attributes prevents data loss and ensures users can perform their jobs.
Quickly and easily rollback and recover Active Directory integrated DNS to any recorded backup state. Being able to rollback DNS entries helps prevent spoofing, man-in-the-middle attacks, and data loss due to accidental change or malicious attack.
It is critical for us to be able to rollback and recover from unwanted Active Directory changes.”