Enterprise Vault™ Utilities
- About this guide
- Audit Viewer
- Domino Archive Exporter
- Domino Profile Document Tool
- Domino Retention Plan Tool
- EVDominoExchangeMigration Tool
- Running the EVDominoExchangeMigration tool
- EVEARemovalUtility usage examples
- About EVSVR
- About the EVSVR operation settings
- Report operations in EVSVR
- Verify operations in EVSVR
- Repair operations in EVSVR
- Using the output from one EVSVR operation as input for another operation
- Viewing the EVSVR output log file
- Running EVSVR in interactive mode
- About using FSAUtility with Dell EMC Celerra/VNX placeholders
- FSAUtility options
- NTFS to Centera Migration
- Permissions Browser
- Policy Manager (EVPM)
- Sections and keynames in Policy Manager initialization file
- Policy Manager initialization file examples
- About using the Provisioning API to run Policy Manager scripts
- Provisioning API scripting properties for Policy Manager scripts
- Provisioning API Advanced settings for Policy Manager scripts
- Vault Store Usage Reporter
Running Permissions Browser
You must run Permissions Browser as either the Vault Service account or a user whose Roles-Based Administration (RBA) role includes the permission "Can administer Enterprise Vault archives". The utility does not return any information if you run it as any other user.
For more information on RBA, see the Administrator's Guide.
The Enterprise Vault Directory service must be running on the server where you run Permissions Browser. The utility uses this service to retrieve the required information.
To run Permissions Browser
- In Windows Explorer, browse to the
x64subfolder of the Enterprise Vault program folder (for example,
C:\Program Files (x86)\Enterprise Vault\x64).
PermissionBrowser.exeto open the Permissions Browser window.
- In the Archives box, click the archive for which you want to view the access permissions.
The Permissions box shows the permissions on the archive, and the Folders box lists the folders in the archive. (The Folders box is unavailable if the selected archive does not contain a folder structure. For example, this is the case with a shared archive.) Both boxes show the types of permissions that have been set, as follows:
In the Permissions box, tick and cross icons in the tab headers show whether any permissions of the relevant type have been set. For example, in the figure above, the selected archive has automatic permissions but it does not have manual permissions.
The Folders box shows the type of permissions that have been set on individual folders: Auto, Manual, Manual & Auto, or blank for folders on which no permissions have been set. To hide the folders that do not have any permissions, select Show folders with permissions only.
- If you want to view the permissions on an individual folder, click it in the Folders box.