Setting up Vault Cache and Virtual Vault
|Article:HOWTO58030|||||Created: 2011-08-01|||||Updated: 2013-01-18|||||Article URL http://www.symantec.com/docs/HOWTO58030|
Before you set up Virtual Vault, see the Virtual Vault Best Practice Guide. It is available from:
To enable Vault Cache, you selecton the tab in the Exchange Desktop policy. To enable Virtual Vault, you select , as well as .
You can also do the following:
Change the default Vault Cache settings on thetab.
Configure Vault Cache and Virtual Vault advanced settings in the Exchange Desktop policy. You should review the advanced settings, and change them if necessary, before you synchronize the updated policy to users' mailboxes.
A Vault Cache is created for each Windows user's mailbox profile. A single user can have several Vault Caches, if the user has access to several mailbox profiles.
To set up Vault Cache and Virtual Vault in the Exchange Desktop policy
In the Exchange Desktop policy, on the Vault Cache tab, select Make Vault Cache available for users.
On the Vault Cache tab, select or clear other settings as required. If you want to enable Virtual Vault, select Make Virtual Vault available to users.
For descriptions of the settings, click Help on the Vault Cache tab.
On the Exchange Desktop policy Advanced tab, click Vault Cache on the List settings from menu and configure advanced settings for Vault Cache.
If you have enabled Virtual Vault, click Virtual Vault on the List settings from menu and configure advanced settings for Virtual Vault.
If you have disabled the expansion of PST files on users' computers by setting the registry entry PstDisableGrow, then you need to perform some additional setup tasks on users' computers.
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