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  1. By default, restoring System State in this case would be non-authoritative restore: i.e. other domain controller will replicate all change back to restored AD. If user needs to restore AD objects, they will need to follow this article for guidelines: http://blogs.technet.com/b/sbs/archive/2011/03/31/how-to-perform-an-authoritative-system-state-restore-in-sbs-2008-2011-standard.aspx
  2. If local administrator password on member server equals dsrm-password of SBS2011 server, connection to network share should work. If not, then from SBS2011 booted in DSRM, user needs to connect or map network drive using “local user on member server” credentials and map it to same letter as it was mapped in original setup.

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