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Status: Status update... - 21 Aug 2014
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New forum discussion 29 Jan 2015
I'm running EV 9.0.4 and trying to migrate a PST file. The "copy" stage failed b/c the user had the file open in Outlook. I know how to handle this most times, but this time the state of the file in VAC is "Copying". I've stopped and restarted the PST Migrator task. I've even stopped and ...
New forum discussion 11 Jun 2014
We use SCCM 2007 to deploy our standard images to our workstations. We're currently deploying SEP 12.1.2015.2015. with our images. We have no issues when deploying our images to desktops, but when we deploy to laptops, the registry has the path to SysRasMan.dll wrong in several places in ...
New forum discussion 28 Mar 2014
We've migrated a user's PST file but now we're considering changing the message classes we enable for migration in our PST Migration policy, which means we would want to rerun the migration against the same PST file.  We removed the read only and hidden attributes on a PST we did ...
New forum discussion 26 Nov 2013
I recently moved my Exchange mailbox and Public Folder vault store partitions to CIFS shares.  Mail is getting vaulted but it's showing as not backed up yet, so it's still in that "in between" state in Outlook.  And I have a status alert in the VAC ...
New forum discussion 18 Nov 2013
I'm running EV 9.0.4 and I'm in the midst of moving my vault store partitions from LUNs to CIFS shares.  It's going fine for the smaller partitions but I have some rather LARGE partitions waiting in the back of the line.  According to
New forum discussion 14 Nov 2013
I'm running EV 9.0.4 R1.  I just successfully migrated the vault store group associated with our Exchange public folders to a CIFS share.  While looking back at the logs to make sure everything is ok (which it seems to be), I noticed there are hidden shares associated with each ...