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Figure 13-3 Protecting an object from deletion in AD DS
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After object protection is assigned, you will not be able to delete the object accidentally. This also means that it cannot be moved from one location to the other.
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In fact, this option assigns two Deny permissions to the Everyone group: Deny Delete and Deny Delete subtree. Remember that in AD DS, deny permissions override every allow permission. The only way you can move or delete this object from this point on is if you uncheck the protection feature. This is a useful feature for organizations that delegate object administration to technical staff. In fact, you might consider making this feature part of the user account template you create to assist in the creation of user accounts in your directory.
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When you audit directory changes in Windows Server 2008, you automatically log old and new values of an attribute each time an object is modified. Further, because the AD DS audit policy in Windows Server 2008 now logs four subcategories of service access, you can control the assignment of this policy at a more granular level than in previous versions of Windows Server. The subcategory that controls attribute captures is Directory Service Changes. When enabled, it captures creation, modification, move, and undeletion operations on an object. Each operation is assigned a specific event ID in Directory Services Event Log. This feature turns Event Log into a record-keeping system for directory changes, enabling you to maintain extensive records on the changes that have been made in your directory. It is also useful for fixing modifications that have been performed erroneously. When an object is modified, at least two events are logged. The first will list the former value, and the second most recent will list the new value. Use the two to correct modifications that should not have been made.
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When you mistakenly delete an Active Directory object, you can use the Ldp.exe command to recover it. This is performed through a procedure that exposes the deleted objects container of the directory. To undelete an object, use the following procedure on a DC. You must have domain administrator credentials to perform this operation. 1. From a command prompt, type Ldp.exe. 2. Click Connect from the Connection menu, type the server s fully qualified domain name (FQDN), for example, Server10.TreyResearch.net, and click OK. 3. Click Bind from the Connection menu, make sure the Bind As Currently Logged On User option is selected, and click OK. 4. Click Controls from the Options menu, select Return Deleted Objects from the Load Predefined drop-down list, make sure Server is selected in the Control Type section of the dialog box, and click OK. 5. Click Tree from the View menu, type the deleted object container s distinguished name (DN), and click OK. For example, the DN of the container in Trey Research would be cn=deleted Objects,dc =TreyResearch,dc=net.
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6. In the tree pane, double-click the deleted objects container to expand its contents. Keep in mind that Ldp.exe will return only 1,000 objects by default. 7. Locate the object you want to restore in the tree pane and double-click it. This displays its information in the details pane. For example, if the object is a user account, it will begin with cn=username. 8. Right-click the object name in the tree pane and select Modify. 9. In the Modify dialog box, type isDeleted in the Edit Entry Attribute value, select Delete as the Operation, and click Enter. 10. In the Modify dialog box, type distinguishedName in the Edit Entry Attribute value, type the object s new DN in the Attribute value, select Replace as the Operation, and click Enter. For example, to restore John Kane s account to the People container in the Trey Research domain, the DN would be cn=John Kane,ou=People,dc=TreyResearch,dc=net. 11. Make sure the Synchronous and Extended check boxes are both selected in the bottom left of the dialog box, and then click Run. (See Figure 13-4.) 12. Use Active Directory Users And Computers to move to the OU you restored the object to. Use the refresh button to refresh the OU contents if the console was already opened. 13. Reset the newly restored object s password, group memberships, and any other values you need to reapply, and then click Enable. The object is restored. This procedure recovers the object and retains the original SID for the object as well, but it does not retain all group memberships and other values.
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