- Administrators' documentation (English)
- Administrators' documentation (Japanese and Chinese)
- End user guides (all languages)
- Additional documentation (English)
For information on how to obtain Enterprise Vault 12.2, see How to obtain the license key and installation download for Veritas products.
Note: The entire documentation library in English is available as a .zip file: download.
Enterprise Vault documentation
|Release Notes||Provides information about new features, known issues, news about the release and hotfixes, and links to further information.|
|Introduction and Planning||Provides an overview of Enterprise Vault functionality.|
|Deployment Scanner||Describes how to check the required software and settings before you install Enterprise Vault.|
|Installing and Configuring||Provides detailed information on setting up Enterprise Vault.|
|Upgrade Instructions||Describes how to upgrade an existing Enterprise Vault installation to the latest version.|
|Setting up Domino Server Archiving||Describes how to archive items from Domino mail files and journal databases.|
|Setting up Exchange Server Archiving||Describes how to archive items from Microsoft Exchange user mailboxes, journal mailboxes, and public folders.|
|Setting up File System Archiving||Describes how to archive the files that are held on network file servers.|
|Setting up IMAP||Describes how to configure IMAP client access to Exchange archives and Internet mail archives.|
|Setting up Skype for Business Archiving||Describes how to archive Skype for Business conversations.|
|Setting up SMTP Archiving||Describes how to archive SMTP messages from other messaging servers.|
|Setting up SharePoint Server Archiving||Describes how to archive content from Microsoft SharePoint servers.|
|Administrator's Guide||Describes how to perform day-to-day administration procedures.|
|Backup and Recovery||Describes how to implement an effective backup strategy to prevent data loss, and how to provide a means for recovery in the event of a system failure.|
|Classification using the Microsoft File Classification Infrastructure||Describes how to use the classification engine that is built into recent Windows Server editions to classify all new and existing archived content.|
|Classification using the Veritas Information Classifier||Describes how to use the Veritas Information Classifier to evaluate all new and archived content against a comprehensive set of industry-standard classification policies.
If you are new to classification with Enterprise Vault, we recommend that you use the Veritas Information Classifier rather than the older and less intuitive File Classification Infrastructure engine.
|NSF Migration||Describes how to migrate content from Domino and Notes NSF files into Enterprise Vault archives.|
|PST Migration||Describes how to migrate content from Outlook PST files into Enterprise Vault archives.|
|Reporting||Describes how to implement Enterprise Vault Reporting, which provides reports on the status of Enterprise Vault servers, archives, and archived items. If you configure FSA Reporting, additional reports are available for file servers and their volumes.|
|Utilities||Describes the Enterprise Vault tools and utilities.|
|PowerShell Cmdlets||Describes how to perform various administrative tasks by running the Enterprise Vault PowerShell cmdlets.|
|Registry Values||A reference document that lists the registry values with which you can modify many aspects of Enterprise Vault behavior.|
Compliance Accelerator documentation
Provides late-breaking information that you may need to be aware of before you install and use Compliance Accelerator.
Provides information for Compliance Accelerator administrators on how to set up and assign roles, search for items to include in the review set, export items for offline review, create reports, and more.
Outlines how to perform a first-time installation of the Compliance Accelerator server and client software.
Explains how to upgrade an existing installation of Compliance Accelerator.
Describes the features of the Compliance Accelerator client that are available to reviewers.
Discovery Accelerator documentation
Provides late-breaking information that you may need to be aware of before you install and use Discovery Accelerator.
Provides information for Discovery Accelerator administrators on how to set up and assign roles, search for items to include in the review set, export items for offline review, create reports, and more.
Outlines how to perform a first-time installation of the Discovery Accelerator server and client software.
Explains how to upgrade an existing installation of Discovery Accelerator.
Describes the features of the Discovery Accelerator client that are available to reviewers.
Most of the administrators' documentation is available in Japanese, Simplified Chinese, and Traditional Chinese. The following list contains links to .zip files that contain the adminstrators' documentation in these languages:
The following documents provide information for end users for the Enterprise Vault client components:
- Enterprise Vault Outlook Light Add-In
- Enterprise Vault Outlook Full Add-In
- Enterprise Vault Search Mobile edition
- Enterprise Vault Extensions for Lotus Notes
- Enterprise Vault Client for Mac OS X
The complete set of client user guides in all languages is available as a .zip file: download.
|Performance Guide||Describes how to size an Enterprise Vault environment effectively and optimize performance.|
|SQL Best Practices Guide||Discusses SQL Server best practices from an Enterprise Vault perspective.|
|Compatibility Charts||Provides information on the devices and versions of software that Enterprise Vault supports.|
|Discovery Accelerator Best Practices for Implementation||Provides extensive information on how best to plan for and implement Discovery Accelerator.|
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