Enterprise Vault.cloud™ CloudLink Administration Guide
- About this guide
- About CloudLink
- About Exchange mailbox delegation synchronization
- System requirements for CloudLink
- Steps to set up CloudLink
- Installing or upgrading the CloudLink application
- Setting up CloudLink with Microsoft Exchange
- Configuring Exchange 2003 servers for CloudLink
- Configuring Exchange Server 2007, 2010, 2013, and 2016 servers for CloudLink
- Configuring CloudLink for Microsoft Exchange
- Creating CloudLink tasks for Exchange
- Selecting the Active Directory users, groups, or OUs on which to perform a task
- Setting up CloudLink with Domino
- Configuring CloudLink for Domino
- Creating CloudLink tasks for Domino
- Monitoring and managing tasks and archive accounts
- Known issues and limitations
Assigning administrator permissions for the CloudLink service account
The CloudLink service account requires some specific administrator permissions on the Exchange Server.
To assign administrator permissions for the CloudLink service account
- Go to Start > Programs > Microsoft Exchange > System Manager.
- In the left pane of Exchange System Manager, expand the Administrative Groups folder and then expand Servers.
- Right-click the name of the Exchange server, and select Properties.
- In the Properties dialog, select the Security tab.
- If the CloudLink service account is not listed in the Group or user names box, add the account as follows:
In the Select Users, Computers or Groups dialog, select the CloudLink service account and click OK.
- In the Group or user names box, select the CloudLink service account.
- In the Permissions for CloudLink_service_account box, ensure that the following Allow check boxes are all selected:
- In the Permissions for CloudLink_service_account box, ensure that no Deny check boxes are selected.
- Click OK to save the permissions for the CloudLink service account.