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restore point

A restore point is a saved "snapshot" of a computer's data at a specific time. Restore points are a component of the Windows System Restore utility. By creating a restore point, you can save the state of the ... Read Full Definition

data restore

Data restore is the process of copying backup data from secondary storage and restoring it to its original location or a new location. Read Full Definition

System Restore

System Restore is a utility to protect and revert the Windows client operating system to a previous state -- known as a restore point -- undoing system changes made since that time to avoid a reinstall of the ... Read Full Definition

bare metal restore

In disaster recovery, a bare metal restore is the process of reformatting a computer from scratch after a catastrophic failure. Read Full Definition

Directory Services Restore Mode (DSRM)

Directory Services Restore Mode (DSRM) is a safe mode boot option for Windows Server domain controllers. Read Full Definition

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invocation ID

An invocation ID is an ID number that identifies databases within Active Directory and changes as AD is in a restore process. Invocation IDs change during the restore process to make sure replication is consistent. Read Full Definition

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refurbish

Refurbish, in everyday language, is "to renew or to restore to a new condition and/or appearance". Read Full Definition

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VMware VADP (VMware vStorage API for Data Protection)

VMware VADP is a VMware vStorage API that backs up and restores vSphere virtual machines (VMs). Read Full Definition

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Microsoft Volume Shadow Copy Service (Microsoft VSS)

Microsoft VSS is a Windows Server feature used for backing up and restoring LUNs and individual files. Read Full Definition

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failback

Failback is the process of restoring operations to a primary machine or facility after they have been shifted to a secondary machine or facility during failover. Read Full Definition