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Many people realise after using Enterprise Vault for some time that there are an awful lot of relatively small files on the Vault Store partition disks. These sort of things often cause problems for traditional backup software.  So what can you do? ...
Blog Entry by Rob.Wilcox | 28 Sep 2014 | 0 comments
One of the questions which comes up is whether or not to rollover archives in Enterprise Vault. End user archives typically don't get that big, usually a few Gb. File System Archives, Public Folder archives, and Journal Archives can all become ...
Blog Entry by Rob.Wilcox | 20 Aug 2014 | 0 comments
A mailbox archive in Enterprise Vault will typically have on it, something called 'inherited permissions'. This is the owner. From time to time it might be necessary to remove this access, for example if someone is transferring to a different ...
Blog Entry by Rob.Wilcox | 17 Aug 2014 | 0 comments
Sometimes the niggles in Enterprise Vault drive me crazy. For example, just now I’ve tried to create a new FSA Target, and of course, I wanted this data to go to a new Vault Store. It’ not straight forward though… I had to exit out of the new FSA ...
Blog Entry by Rob.Wilcox | 14 Aug 2014 | 0 comments
It is observed for Symantec Enterprise Vault products installed Service Pack 1 and onwards, which have their own msi installers(example FSA installer), there is a mismatch in the Product version displayed in the comments or product name to the Product ...
Blog Entry by Animesh Anand | 13 Aug 2014 | 1 comment
The new search interface delivered in Enterprise Vault 11 is a big step forward in look, feel, and functionality over the older versions. It of course relies on Enterprise Vault 11 on the back-end, in my limited testing you can use the EV 10 Outlook ...
Blog Entry by Rob.Wilcox | 11 Aug 2014 | 2 comments
Sometimes checking the Hidden Messages which Enterprise Vault users to store policy and desktop settings is necessary. Sometimes it’s just to validate that the messages are there, sometimes it’s to actually check the settings. It’s really quick to do ...
Blog Entry by Rob.Wilcox | 08 Aug 2014 | 0 comments
I’m all for making systems more secure and robust, and one of the changes which often implemented ‘after deployment’ is to change Enterprise Vault to use HTTPS rather than plain, old HTTP.  The problem with this is that it can break existing archived ...
Blog Entry by Rob.Wilcox | 02 Aug 2014 | 0 comments
In the past version numbers within Enterprise Vault were pretty straight forward. You had the base release, and service packs.  Sometimes people would have hot fixes, but that usually affected a handful of files. It all got a bit more complicated with ...
Blog Entry by Rob.Wilcox | 30 Jul 2014 | 4 comments
Quite often end-users make use of Virtual Vault to archive things that they no longer need in their mailbox. How do they do this? What happens to the Virtual Vault files? Let's see... First of all, as we all know, Virtual Vault and Vault Cache ...
Blog Entry by Rob.Wilcox | 27 Jul 2014 | 0 comments