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Restore from AD

Created: 16 Aug 2013 • Updated: 22 Aug 2013 | 5 comments
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Hello.

I restored  OU in AD with error:  

V-79-57344-33928 - Error: The Active Directory object, DC=test,DC=com/DC=test/OU=TEST/OU=DH/OU=DH_Users/OU=DI.DH/OU=DI.DH.URAB, could not be restored. Active Directory may not support reanimation the object from the Active Directory Deleted Objects container.

Access denied to directory Active Directory\DC=test\OU=TEST\OU=DH\OU=DH_Users\OU=DI.DH\OU=DI.DH.URAB.

Error writing file data.

V-79-57344-33981 - The system cannot find the path specified - unable to restore file description.

V-79-57344-33981 - The system cannot find the path specified - unable to restore file nTSecurityDescriptor.

V-79-57344-33981 - The system cannot find the path specified - unable to restore file objectCategory.

V-79-57344-33981 - The system cannot find the path specified - unable to restore file ou.

Credential user as start job = Domain Admin

OU=DI.DH.URAB deleted today. 

Operating Systems:

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Jaydeep S's picture

Is the deleted OU still in the deleted objects container. If so, could you restore it from there.

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dd379509(v=ws.10).aspx

If that foes not work, see if the issue matches to the one mentioned in http://www.symantec.com/docs/TECH52122 and if so open a support case.

EvgeniyL's picture

I have DC (OS Windows  2003) and delete OU from dsa.msc

After restored OU in job log:

Restore Set Detail Information
 

 The active files restored will not become usable until the computer is restarted. If system files were restored, they are restored to the time of the backup. All service packs and hot fixes applied after the backup may need to be applied again

I have to reboot the domain controller to the OU come from?

Jaydeep S's picture

What exactly have you restored, was it the GRT data for the OU or the complete System State. If it was the System state, a reboot is required. Note that this way the entire AD is restored.

If you have restored only the OU using the GRT, no reboot is needed.

EvgeniyL's picture

There are new details the object was renamed might restore his place to the old name, or it checks SID

EvgeniyL's picture

Sorry for my question.

Need chek Recreate deleted objects that cannot be restored from the Active Directory Deleted Objects container

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