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pstoric83
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Bare metal restore

Post by pstoric83 » Aug 10, 2019 5:11 pm

So I had to do a bare-metal restore on our single DC last week that had veeam agent setup on it. I used the recovery ISO and restored it to a blank VM and it's up and running without any issues however I was reading this article and I was curious to see if what I did was a non-authoriative restore and if any registry changes should be done? It's the only DC but we plan on upgrading FRS to DFSR and adding promoting a Server 2019 DC in the next week or so. DCDIAG is coming up clean.

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Re: Bare metal restore

Post by HannesK » Aug 12, 2019 5:30 am

Hello,
I'm not sure what the Bitlocker article has in common with your question :-)

If you don't know what you did, then you probably did a non-authoritative restore. Please see https://www.veeam.com/kb2119 (single DC section). So everything should be fine.

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Re: Bare metal restore

Post by pstoric83 » Aug 12, 2019 1:08 pm

Oops yea I posted the wrong link by accident. That was the KB I meant to post.

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