Veritas Enterprise Vault™ Discovery Accelerator Administrator's Guide
- Introducing Discovery Accelerator
- Introducing the Discovery Accelerator client
- Setting up and assigning roles
- About the Discovery Accelerator permissions
- Working with cases
- Implementing analytics in Discovery Accelerator cases
- Setting up review marks and tags
- Using rules to mark and tag items automatically
- Creating analytics rules
- Manually editing queries in analytics rule definition language (RDL)
- Using Custodian Manager
- Searching for items
- Defining email targets with Address Manager
- Building Discovery Accelerator search schedules
- Manually reviewing items
- Searching within the review set
- Working with research folders
- Exporting and producing items
- Creating and viewing reports
- Available Discovery Accelerator reports
- About viewing Discovery Accelerator datasets using the OData web service
- Appendix A. Customizing Discovery Accelerator
- Setting Discovery Accelerator system configuration options
- Setting Discovery Accelerator system configuration options
- Appendix B. Importing configuration data from an XML file
- Appendix C. Enterprise Vault properties for use in Discovery Accelerator searches
- Appendix D. Troubleshooting
- Issues with Discovery Accelerator reports
About the Review pane
The following sections describe each area of the Review pane. You can also read more about them in the Effective Reviewing white paper, which is available from the following page of the Veritas Support website:
The following sections describe the areas of the review pane:
The header area provides options for customizing the view and selecting different items to display.
Maximizes the Review pane by hiding the button bar across the top of the Discovery Accelerator window. Click the button again to restore the button bar.
Lets you view the items that you have copied to a research folder for further investigation.
Lets you perform a search that is based on the currently selected item.
Sets your preferences for the Review pane.
Lets you hide or change the position of the Reading pane and set the size of the text to display in it.
Shows the number of items in the list that you have yet to review.
Shows the Discovery Accelerator ID of the highlighted item. If you know the ID of an item that you want to review, type it here and then press the Enter key to display the item.
Groups the items in the list by date, author, subject, or policy action.
Display or hide the items in a group by clicking the down-arrow or up-arrow button at the left.
In lists where you have chosen not to group the items, lets you sort the items by date, author, subject, or policy action.
Lets you hide or show duplicate items and similar items in the review set. Discovery Accelerator considers items to be duplicates when they have exactly the same content. The items that Discovery Accelerator considers to be similar have the same metadata properties, such as their author display names, subjects, and number of attachments.
The option to hide or show duplicate items is available only in cases that you have enabled for analytics. However, the option to hide or show similar items is available in all cases, regardless of whether you have enabled them for analytics.
If you sort the items before you select an option in thefield then, after you have selected the option, the items may no longer be in the original sort order. For example, this is the case if you first choose to sort the items by the column and then select one of the options.
For more information on the deduplication features in Discovery Accelerator, see the Accelerator Deduplication white paper. This is available from the following page of the Veritas Support website:
Downloads the current item in its original form and opens it in the appropriate application. You can also download an item by right-clicking the item and then clicking.
Finds all the items that share the same subject line as the selected item. This feature also generates a hierarchy view for Exchange mail items.
Sends the current item for printing.
Shows the mark that is assigned to the current item.
Shows the status of the current item.
The filter pane provides a large number of criteria by which you can filter the items in the list. The number next to each filter option shows the number of matching items that Discovery Accelerator will add to the item list when you apply the selected filters.
The item list shows the items in the review set that match the filter options you have selected. Unreviewed items display in bold text.
Any items that are colored blue are also in a research folder that is associated with the case.
Discovery Accelerator stores the date and time values for items as Coordinated Universal Time (UTC). However, in the item list and right-hand Preview pane, it converts these values according to your computer's local time zone setting. As a result, two Discovery Accelerator reviewers in different time zones may see different dates and times for the same items.
This is the expected behavior, and it is identical to the way that applications like Microsoft Outlook show the dates and times of items.
The tabs at the bottom of the Reading pane have the following functions:
Displays an HTML preview of the current item.
Shows the comments that reviewers have assigned to the current item.
Displays the comment and audit history of the current item.
Displays a printable version of the current item.
Displays information on any holds that you have placed on the current item to stops users from deleting it from their Enterprise Vault archives.
The footer area provides facilities for navigating from one item to another and applying marks and comments to those items.
Displays the first page of items for review.
Displays the previous page of items for review. Pressing the key sequence Alt+z performs the same function.
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Shows the number of the currently displayed page and the total number of pages. To go to a particular page, type its number in the box and then press Enter.
Displays the next page of items for review. Pressing the key sequence Alt+x performs the same function.
Displays the last page of items for review.
Lets you type a comment to add to the selected items.
In the item list, the comment indicator symbol in thecolumn indicates that one or more comments have been added to the items.
No mark/Relevant/Flagged/Not relevant
Applies the required mark to the selected items.
If displayed, lets you accept the mark or tag with which Discovery Accelerator has automatically categorized the selected items.
If displayed, lets you apply tags (secondary marks) to the selected items.
Tags differ from marks in that you can assign multiple tags to an item, but you can assign one mark only. In addition, by assigning a mark to an item, you also assign the associated status to it. This is not the case with tags, which do not have an associated status.
If displayed, lets you delete one or more items from the review set.
If displayed, lets you select a research folder in which to copy either the selected items or all the items in the current review set.