Enterprise Vault.cloud™ Archive Administration Help

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  1. Getting started with Archive Administration
    1.  
      About Enterprise Vault.cloud Archive Administration
    2.  
      Prerequisites for Archive Administration
    3.  
      Archive Administration web browser support
    4.  
      What's new in this release
    5.  
      Signing in to Archive Administration
    6.  
      Signing out from Archive Administration
    7.  
      Resetting a forgotten password
    8.  
      Password policy
  2. Archive Overview
    1.  
      About the Archive Overview
    2.  
      Viewing the Full Archive Usage report
  3. Customer Dashboard
    1.  
      About customer dashboard
    2.  
      Viewing and exporting dashboard statistics details
  4. My Config
    1.  
      About the My Config page
    2.  
      About Services
    3.  
      Selecting the User Management options
    4. About Provisioning
      1.  
        Configuring the Personal.cloud deployment options
      2.  
        Configuring the administrator notification options
    5.  
      CloudLink Sync Summary
    6. About Managed Tags
      1.  
        Creating a managed tag
      2.  
        Assigning a managed tag to users
      3.  
        Changing the retention policy associated with a managed tag
      4.  
        Deleting a managed tag
    7. About Account Management
      1.  
        Searching for archive accounts
      2.  
        Using search filters
      3.  
        Creating an archive account
      4.  
        Viewing the details of an archive account
      5.  
        About the Account Details page
      6.  
        Editing an archive account
      7.  
        Deleting an archive account
      8.  
        Deploying users
      9.  
        Enabling services for existing Exchange Online archive accounts
      10.  
        Removing user access
      11.  
        Disabling bulk user accounts
      12.  
        Editing Mobile Web Access permission for existing archive accounts
      13.  
        Unlocking an archive account
      14.  
        Exporting archive account information
  5. Archive Collectors
    1.  
      About Archive Collectors
    2.  
      Adding new archive collectors
    3. About Exchange Online Archiving
      1.  
        Setting up modern authentication in Azure AD for Exchange Online sync
      2.  
        Configuring Exchange Online sync
      3.  
        About Exchange Online folder synchronization
      4.  
        Prerequisite for migrating Exchange Online Users configured with Folder Sync to Exchange Online Folder Synchronization
      5.  
        Configuring Exchange Online folder synchronization
    4. About Bloomberg Archiving
      1.  
        Configuring the Bloomberg Sync
    5. About Microsoft Teams Archiving
      1.  
        Registering a Microsoft Azure App for Teams Collector
      2.  
        Requesting access to protected APIs in Microsoft Graph
      3.  
        Enabling Microsoft Team service for customer
      4.  
        Configuring Microsoft Teams Sync
    6. About OneDrive for Business Archiving
      1.  
        Registering a Microsoft Azure App for OneDrive for Business Collector
      2.  
        Enabling the OneDrive for Business service for customer
      3.  
        Configuring OneDrive for Business Sync
  6. Role Management
    1.  
      About Role Management
    2.  
      Editing the built-in administrator roles
    3.  
      Creating custom administrator roles
    4.  
      Assigning administrator roles to an archive account
    5.  
      Assigning the reviewer role to an archive account
    6.  
      Assigning several archive accounts for monitoring
  7. Policy Management
    1.  
      About Policy Management
    2.  
      Configuring archive options
    3.  
      Disabling account archiving
    4.  
      Configuring an advanced password policy
    5.  
      Configuring trusted networks for Enterprise Vault.cloud access
  8. Classification
    1.  
      About classification
    2.  
      Which emails get classified?
    3.  
      Steps for setting up classification
    4.  
      Accessing the Veritas Information Classifier
    5.  
      Enterprise Vault.cloud item properties for use in custom classification policies
  9. Import Data
    1.  
      About Import Data
    2.  
      Importing data into archives
  10. Authentication Management
    1.  
      Configuring the Enterprise Vault.cloud authentication service
    2.  
      Enabling the Authentication Settings permission for the Policy Manager role
    3.  
      Assigning the Policy Manager role to an administrator
    4.  
      Selecting an authentication method
    5.  
      Uploading a token-signing certificate
    6.  
      Validating the Identity Provider URL
    7.  
      Activating single sign-on
  11. AD FS Configuration Guide
    1.  
      Configuring AD FS to work with Enterprise Vault.cloud
    2.  
      Adding a relying party trust for Enterprise Vault.cloud
    3.  
      Generating a token-signing certificate
  12. Retention Management
    1.  
      About Retention Management
    2.  
      Configuring the default retention period
    3.  
      Creating a retention policy
    4.  
      Editing a retention policy
    5.  
      Deleting a retention policy
    6.  
      Associating a retention policy with a policy target
    7.  
      Disassociating a retention policy from a policy target
    8.  
      Enabling and disabling the storage expiry setting
    9.  
      Viewing the storage expiry status table
  13. Continuity Management
    1.  
      About Email Continuity
    2.  
      Email Continuity prerequisites
    3.  
      Configuring Email Continuity
    4.  
      Provisioning the Email Continuity service for your mail servers
    5.  
      Adding the Email Continuity IP ranges to your firewall and mail server allowlists
    6.  
      Updating your email security provider routing configuration
    7.  
      Testing the Email Continuity configuration
    8.  
      Managing Email Continuity
    9.  
      Email Continuity FAQ
  14. Reports Management
    1.  
      About Enterprise Vault.cloud reports and logs
    2.  
      Viewing the Activity Log
    3.  
      Viewing the Message Log
    4.  
      Viewing the Usage Log
    5.  
      Viewing the Usage Reports
    6.  
      Creating a Retention Log Report
    7.  
      Viewing the Mobile Browser Log
    8.  
      Viewing the Personal Browser Log
    9.  
      Viewing the Discovery Browser Log
    10.  
      Creating a Messaging Report
    11.  
      Creating a Personal Archive Report
    12.  
      Creating a Mobile Web Access Report
    13.  
      Creating a Discovery Archive Report
    14.  
      Creating a Mail Reassignment status report
  15. Notification Management
    1.  
      Usage notifications
    2.  
      Enabling or disabling usage notifications
    3.  
      Changing the usage notification threshold and frequency
    4.  
      Adding email addresses for usage notifications
    5.  
      Removing email addresses from usage notifications
  16. Personal.cloud Deployment for IBM Notes
    1.  
      Personal.cloud deployment for IBM Notes
  17. Archive Administration Updates in Previous Releases
    1.  
      About the updates for previous releases
  18. Archive Administration Known Issues
    1.  
      Archive Administration Known Issues

Adding a relying party trust for Enterprise Vault.cloud

The first step to configure your AD FS environment is to add a relying party trust for Enterprise Vault.cloud.

Note:

We recommend that you do not change the Index Value of the Endpoint from its default value. Changing the Index Value of the Endpoint can prevent the Enterprise Vault.cloud authentication service from working properly with your AD FS environment.

To add a relying party trust for Enterprise Vault.cloud

  1. Access the AD FS Management console.
  2. In the left pane of the AD FS Management console, expand Trust Relationships, right-click Relying Party Trusts, and then click Add Relying Party Trust.
  3. In the Welcome panel of the Add Relying Party Trust Wizard, click Start.
  4. In the Select Data Source panel, select Enter data about the relying party manually, and then click Next.
  5. In the Specify Display Name panel, enter Cloud Archive in the Display Name field, and then click Next.
  6. In the Choose Profile panel, select a profile, and then click Next.
  7. In the Configure Certificate panel, click Next to skip this optional step.

    Note:

    We recommend that you do not configure a certificate. Configuring a certificate prevents the Enterprise Vault.cloud authentication service from working properly with your AD FS environment.

  8. In the Configure URL panel, select Enable support for the SAML 2.0 WebSSO protocol.
  9. In the Configure URL panel, enter the Entity ID from the Your Trust Information section on the Authentication Management page of Archive Administration in the Relying party SAML 2.0 SSO service URL field, and then click Next.

    Note:

    The Entity ID varies based on the location of your organization. If you cannot find the Entity ID for your organization, contact Veritas Services & Support.

  10. In the Configure Identifiers panel, enter the Entity ID again in the Relying party trust identifier field, click Add to add the identifier, and then click Next.
  11. For AD FS 3.0 only, in the Configure Multi-factor Authentication Now? panel, select I do not want to configure multi-factor authentication settings for this relying party trust at this time, and then click Next.
  12. In the Choose Issuance Authorization Rules panel, select Permit all users to access this relying party, and then click Next.
  13. In the Ready to Add Trust panel, review the configured settings, and then click Next.
  14. In the Finish panel, select Open the Edit Claim Rules dialog for this relying party trust when the wizard closes, and then click Close.
  15. In the Edit Claim Rules for Cloud Archive window, click Add Rule.
  16. In the Select Rule Template panel of the Add Transform Claim Rule Wizard, select Send LDAP Attributes as Claims in the Claim rule template field, and then click Next.
  17. In the Configure Rule panel, enter Send Claims to Cloud Archive in the Claim rule name section.
  18. In the Configure Rule panel, select Active Directory in the Attribute store section.
  19. In the Configure Rule panel, select the following sets of LDAP attributes and outgoing claim types in the Mapping of LDAP attributes to outgoing claim types section.

    LDAP attribute

    Outgoing claim type

    E-Mail-Addresses

    E-Mail Address

    Given-Name

    Given Name

    Surname

    Surname

  20. In the Configure Rule panel, click Finish to close the Add Transform Claim Rule Wizard.
  21. In the Edit Claim Rules for Cloud Archive window, click OK to close the window.
  22. In the AD FS Management Console, select Cloud Archive in the Relying Party Trusts pane.
  23. In the Cloud Archive section of the Actions pane, click Properties.
  24. In the Cloud Archive Properties window, select the Advanced tab.
  25. In the Secure hash algorithm field, select one of the following algorithms:
    • SHA-1

    • SHA-256

    Note:

    We recommend that you select the SHA-1 algorithm.

  26. Click OK to close the Cloud Archive Properties window.