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During yesterday's #CANITPRO Windows Server 2012 session, Mitch Garvis made mention of an interesting ability made available on Windows Server. All IT professionals at one time or another have made the mistake of accidentally deleting an object in Active Directory that used to take countless hours to restore. Active Directory Recycle Bin was created to adhere to that very problem and this Step-By-Step will showcase how easy it is to enable. This procedure does not negate the need to have a proper system state backup which is always recommended and one must be aware that enabling this feature is one time and cannot be reversed under any circumstances.
Enabling Active Directory Recycle Bin
A very simple enablement of a process that could save you hours of restore time. Again this process cannot be reversed once invoked.
Be sure to test Active Directory Recycle Bin in your lab by downloading Windows Server 2012, and Hyper-v Server 2012.