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Generating report

Created: 05 Aug 2012 • Updated: 04 Sep 2012 | 3 comments
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Its been 2 months of migration.

How can i get a report of all the PSTs migrated??



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TonySterling's picture

S one thing you could do is in the Vault Admin console filter the PST file list to only show the ones that have been completed, then right click and choose report. This will produce a HTML page you can save. 

AndrewB's picture

for a more detailed report you can look at the PstMigTask, PstLocTask, and PstColTask, report files in your Enterprise Vault\Reports folder.

for each migrated PST you would see something like this:

Migration of PST: \\EVSERVER\D$\Users\John.Smith\PST Files\Archive.pst

Migration Settings

Migration Start Time: 8/5/2012 4:11:07 AM
Migration End Time:   8/5/2012 4:21:07 AM
Migration Copy File:  \\EVSERVER\D$\PST_Temp\Copy3.pst
Shortcut Mode:        Create shortcuts and move them to Exchange Mailbox

Include Deleted Items:              true
Set PST Hidden:                     false
Set PST Read-Only:                  false
Compact PST:                        false
Delete PST:                         true
Archive Non-Expired Calendar Items: false
Cancel Mailbox Auto-Archive:        true
Merge PST Folders:                  false

Migration Results

Number of folders processed: 7
Number of items archived to vault: 1177 of 1177
Number of items moved to mailbox:  1177 of 1177
    - Number of archived items moved to mailbox: 1177
    - Number of other items moved to mailbox: 0

PST Migration completed successfully

   8/5/2012 4:21:07 AM Completed migration of PST: \\EVSERVER\D$\Users\John.Smith\PST Files\Archive.pst

Andy Becker | Authorized Symantec Consultant | Trace3 | Symantec National Partner |

Rob.Wilcox's picture

If you're feeling brave you can also construct your own SQL queries to analyse the PSTFile table in the Enterprise Vault Directory Database.