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Active Roles 8.1.3 - Web Interface Configuration Guide

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Default Commands Glossary

Locating deleted objects

If Active Directory Recycle Bin is enabled in a managed domain, the Web Interface provides access to the Deleted Objects container that holds the deleted objects from that domain. On the Tree tab in the Browse pane, the Deleted Objects container appears at the same level as the domain object, under the Active Directory node. If multiple managed domains have Active Directory Recycle Bin enabled, then a separate container is displayed for each domain. To tell one container from another, the name of the container includes the domain name (for example, - Deleted Objects).

When you select the Deleted Objects container, the Web Interface lists all the deleted objects that exist in the corresponding domain. The list can be sorted or filtered as appropriate to locate particular objects (see Managing the list of objects). If you click an object in the list, a menu appears that displays all actions you can perform on that object.

Searching the Deleted Objects container

To locate deleted objects

  1. Start a search in the Deleted Objects container

  2. On the Tree tab in the Browse pane, click the Deleted Objects container.

  3. In the Command pane, click Search under this container.

  4. Specify criteria for the deleted objects that you want to find:

    • To search by naming properties, type in the Search field on the Toolbar. The Web Interface will search for objects whose naming properties match what you typed. The naming properties include name, first name, last name, display name, and login name.

    • To search by other properties, click the button on the right side of the Toolbar to expand the Toolbar, click Add criteria, choose the properties by which you want to search, click Add, and then configure the criteria as appropriate. The Web Interface will search for objects that match the criteria that you configured.

  5. To start the search, press Enter.

Locating objects deleted from a certain OU or MU

To view a list of objects that were deleted from a particular Organizational Unit (OU) or Managed Unit (MU), you can use the View or Restore Deleted Objects command. The command opens a page that lists the deleted objects that were direct children of the corresponding OU or MU at the time of deletion.

To view a list of objects that were deleted from a particular OU or MU

  1. Select the OU or MU that held deleted objects you want to view.

  2. In the Command pane, click View or Restore Deleted Objects.

The Web Interface lists the objects that were deleted from the OU or MU you selected. The list can be sorted or filtered as appropriate to locate particular objects (see Managing the list of objects).

NOTE: The View or Restore Deleted Objects command is also available on domain and container objects.

Restoring a deleted object

You can restore deleted objects by using the Restore command that is available in the Command pane when you select a deleted object in the Web Interface.

To restore a deleted object

  1. In a list of deleted objects, select the object you want to undelete. For instructions on how to build a list deleted objects, see Locating deleted objects.

  2. In the Command pane, click Restore.

  3. Review and, if necessary, change the settings in the Restore Object dialog box, then click OK to start the restore process.

The Restore Object dialog box prompts you to choose whether the deleted child objects (descendants) of the deleted object should also be restored. The Restore child objects check box is selected by default, which ensures that the Restore command applied on a deleted container restores the entire contents of the container.

NOTE: When restoring a deleted object, ensure that its parent object is not deleted. You can identify the parent object by viewing properties of the deleted object: the canonical name of the parent object, preceded by the Deleted from label, is displayed beneath the name of the deleted object on the property page for that object. If the parent object is deleted, you need to restore it prior to restoring its children because deleted objects must be restored to a live parent.

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