About configuring pass-through recall for placeholder shortcuts
|Article:HOWTO49599|||||Created: 2011-04-08|||||Updated: 2012-06-27|||||Article URL http://www.symantec.com/docs/HOWTO49599|
This section describes the configuration of pass-through recall of placeholder shortcuts on Windows file servers, and for read-only file systems on NetApp filers that run Data ONTAP 7.3 or later.
For EMC Celerra/VNX devices, Enterprise Vault supports the Celerra/VNX pass-through facility.
Note the following:
Pass-through recall is ignored for read-write file systems on NetApp filers.
FSA ignores the volume policy and folder policy settingfor NTFS target volumes on which pass-through recall is enabled.
Pass-through recall uses a disk cache to help reduce recall times for large files. When you configure pass-through recall you must specify a location for the disk cache:
For Windows file servers you must specify a location on the file server.
For NetApp filers you must specify a location on the Enterprise Vault server.
A set of pass-through recall registry values enables you to specify the following for Windows file servers:
The maximum recall rate for pass-through recall. By default, no maximum rate is applied. If you set a maximum rate you can bypass the limit for administrators, if you want.
A list of programs that are prohibited from receiving files by pass-through recall. By default, no programs are prohibited.
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