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Created: 14 Jul 2013 • Updated: 19 Feb 2014 | 6 comments
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Hi Team,

Is there any powershell comand in EV from where I can check who have access on whose archive page.


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pete_4u2002's picture

does this helps

Enterprise Vault Accounts and Permissions
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Rob.Wilcox's picture


No there isn't a page, or a powershell command which will list all non-standard archive level permissions.

JesusWept3's picture

The closest you have is PermissionsBrowser
you can also query the ACE table, but it will just give you back SID's and not actual NTLogins, as you would have to query AD to do that via an ADSI linked server

EV_Ajay's picture

Hi ,

You can refer following TechNote for more information about the Permissions Browser.

How to use Permissions Browser to verify permissions on Public Folders.



GabeV's picture

I think you posted another question which looks pretty similar to this one. Here is part of my comment. You can easily review the IIS logs from the Enterprise Vault server for compliance purposes. For the Enterprise Vault options (or process) auditing would be an option:

In the Enterprise Vault server properties > Auditing Tab, there is an option called "User" where you could write a VBS script or ASP page to design your own audit entries, but of course, you need to know a little bit about programming to use that option.

I hope this helps.

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dineshnegi's picture

looks good , I have not implemented but will go sometime later