Enterprise Vault.cloud™ Archive Administration Help
- Getting started with Archive Administration
- Archive Overview
- Customer Dashboard
- My Config
- About Provisioning
- About Managed Tags
- About Account Management
- Archive Collectors
- About Exchange Online Archiving
- About Bloomberg Archiving
- About Microsoft Teams Archiving
- About OneDrive for Business Archiving
- Role Management
- Policy Management
- Import Data
- Authentication Management
- AD FS Configuration Guide
- Retention Management
- Continuity Management
- Reports Management
- Notification Management
- Personal.cloud Deployment for IBM Notes
- Archive Administration Updates in Previous Releases
- Archive Administration Known Issues
About Enterprise Vault.cloud Archive Administration
Veritas Enterprise Vault.cloud™ is a cloud-based archiving service that lets your organization store, manage, supervise, and discover all of your business-critical communications. Once your organization enables the service, it can journal a copy of all the messages that are sent and received within your organization to Enterprise Vault.cloud.
Archive Administration is a web-hosted interface that enables administrators to configure and manage Enterprise Vault.cloud and perform the following tasks:
Provision and manage Enterprise Vault.cloud archive accounts.
Configure and manage the archiving of content sources.
Assign and manage user roles.
Manage archiving options and policies.
Manage retention policies and tags.
Configure classification for all content that meets the enabled classification policies.
Manage the Email Continuity option.
Generate usage reports.
Recent updates to Archive Administration include the following enhancements:
With the Import Data feature in Enterprise Vault.cloud Archive Administration, you can import legacy email into the archive. Every company has existing emails, whether located in the active user mailboxes, personal stores, document management systems, or other communication libraries. You can consolidate some or all of these legacy email sources into your archive.
Delegates can now view the mailbox folder structure. Administrators can control whether the delegates can view the mailbox folder structure using Manage.
Administrators can manage account provisioning remotely. You can sync users from either Exchange Online or CloudLink. If users exist in only one environment, their archives will not be overwritten or removed when they are synchronized by either Exchange Online or CloudLink.
Administrators can configure the Privilege Delete archive options and determine whether Discovery Administrator is enabled to delete emails in Advanced eDiscovery permanently.
With the enhancements in the built-in administrator roles, you cannot edit the System administrator role's permissions. Only the Share Export, Download Export, and Privilege Delete permissions can be edited for the Discovery Administrator role.
With the enhancements in reports, administrators can now create a Discovery Archive Report and a Mail Reassignment status report. The 7-Day Rolling Attachment Summary and 7-Day Rolling by User report are no longer available. The Messaging Report now shows charts for the Number of emails imported and the Size of emails imported and contains a Summary for the selected period.
The passwords must be minimum of 8 characters long for enhanced security instead of the earlier policy of 6 characters long passwords.
Office 365 Sync provisioning has been enhanced to include more options, such asand .
Information about the changes that were included with earlier releases of Archive Administration is provided elsewhere in this help.
For full details of all the updates in each release of the Enterprise Vault.cloud service suite, see the Enterprise Vault.cloud release notes.