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
Switching off NetApp device identification checks by the PST Locator task
When the PST Locator task finds a computer, it attempts to determine if the computer is a NetApp device. Performing this check can slow down the search for computers. This section describes how to switch off the automatic identification of NetApp devices by the PST Locator task during the search for computers. Later you can identify NetApp devices manually by editing the computer properties in the Administration Console.
To switch off the automatic identification of NetApp devices you configure a setting in the file
PSTlocatorTask.exe.config. This file and an example version of it are located in the Enterprise Vault program folder (for example
C:\Program Files (x86)\Enterprise Vault). The example file contains examples of the settings that can be configured in
To switch off the automatic identification of NetApp devices
- On the Enterprise Vault server that runs the PST Locator task, start Windows Explorer and navigate to the Enterprise Vault program folder (for example
C:\Program Files (x86)\Enterprise Vault).
- Copy the file,
PstLocatorTask.exe.config, to a safe location.
PSTlocatorTask.exe.configis the stub version of the file, then replace this file by copying and renaming the example file,
- Open the
PstLocatorTask.exe.configfile in a text editor such as Windows Notepad.
- Search for the following text:
- Do one of the following:
If you have created the file by copying and renaming the example version, then the following lines exist in the entries under <PSTSettings>:
<!--Determine whether computer is a NetApp Filer: Default: true--> <add key="LocateNetAppFilers" value = "true"/>
Change the setting value to "false".
If you created the file on a previous release, then add the following lines under <PSTSettings>:
<!--Determine whether computer is a NetApp Filer: Default: true--> <add key="LocateNetAppFilers" value = "false"/>
- Save and close the file.
- In the Administration Console, restart the PST Locator task.