Enterprise Vault™ PST Migration
- About this guide
- Introduction to PST migration
- PST file ownership
- PST migration: scripted
- Output from PST migration
- PST migration: wizard-assisted
- PST migration: Locate and Migrate
- Setting up PST Locate and Migrate
- Configuring the holding folder for PST Locate and Migrate
- Creating and configuring the PST Locator, PST Collector, and PST Migrator tasks
- Migrating PST files using PST Locate and Migrate
- Running the PST Locator task to find domains and computers
- Running the PST Locator task to find PST files
- PowerShell cmdlets for PST migration
- PST migration: client-driven migration
- About client-driven PST migration
- Enabling mailboxes for PST client-driven migration
Preparation for client-driven PST migration
Table: Steps to configure client-driven PST migration outlines the steps that are required to configure client-driven PST migration. Enterprise Vault provides other tools for migrating PST files to archives.
Client-driven PST migration does not work if the registry value PSTDisableGrow is enabled on users' computers. For information about how to override PSTDisableGrow, see the Setting up Exchange Server Archiving guide.
Table: Steps to configure client-driven PST migration
For migrating the PST files that are on network shares, the account that runs the Directory service requires a set of minimum permissions.
Configure the PST holding folder.
Set up the PST migration messages.
Create a PST Migrator task, and configure temporary files folder.