Changes between Version 4 and Version 5 of WindowsDisasterRecovery


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Timestamp:
10/09/06 11:02:58 (12 years ago)
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joshuadf
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  • WindowsDisasterRecovery

    v4 v5  
    3434 * If both servers are offline: 
    3535   * The following services will be unavailable: 
    36    *[wiki:BackupDetails Backups] 
    37      * VPN 
    38      * Public Network Shares 
    39    *[wiki:ApplicationDeploy Automated Software installation and upgrade. (For software maintained by the domain) 
    40      * The following services will have partial function 
    41      * Domain Logins - Details: For workstations that are in regular use, they will most likely have cached credentials allowing the most recent user logins to still have access. In the event of domain server loss, local accounts will still be available as well as local admin accounts. In this case it is recommended that local user accounts be created in order for workstations to still accessible. 
    42      * IPSEC (port blocking) - Details: IPSEC will still have the policies that were last established by the domain servers. They however will be unable to receive updated settings until the domain is restored under control of a server.     
     36   * [wiki:BackupDetails Backups] 
     37   * VPN 
     38   * Public Network Shares 
     39   * [wiki:ApplicationDeploy Automated Software installation] and upgrade. (For software maintained by the domain) 
     40 
     41 * The following services will have partial function 
     42   * Domain Logins - Details: For workstations that are in regular use, they will most likely have cached credentials allowing the most recent user logins to still have access. In the event of domain server loss, local accounts will still be available as well as local admin accounts. In this case it is recommended that local user accounts be created in order for workstations to still accessible. 
     43   * IPSEC (port blocking) - Details: IPSEC will still have the policies that were last established by the domain servers. They however will be unable to receive updated settings until the domain is restored under control of a server.