Checks that the installed version of .NET Framework is compatible with Enterprise Vault.
Checks that ASP.NET has been installed.
Active Server Pages (ASP)
Checks that Active Server Pages have been installed.
Warns that any antivirus software that is installed on the Enterprise Vault server must be correctly configured to work with Enterprise Vault.
Checks that the server meets the requirements for Enterprise Vault classification using the File Server Resource Manager in Windows:
The File Server Resource Manager service must be installed.
The Microsoft Data Classification Toolkit is required to deploy FSRM classification rules from this server to other Enterprise Vault servers.
These components are not required for classification using the Veritas Information Classifier.
Checks that DCOM support is enabled.
Checks that firewalls that are protecting network access to the Enterprise Vault server are configured to allow access through the following ports:
Directory Database Upgrade
Checks that there is enough disk space on the Directory database computer to upgrade the database for the latest version of Enterprise Vault.
Reports on the total space and available space for all fixed disks and indicates which one is the system drive.
EMC Centera Connectivity
Checks the connectivity to Centera access nodes.
Enterprise Vault Search Requirements
Checks that the server meets the requirements to host the Enterprise Vault Search facility.
Enterprise Vault Server Version
Reports on the installed version of Enterprise Vault, if present.
Exchange Server Permissions
Checks that the Vault Service account has sufficient permissions against Active Directory.
Exchange Server Version
Reports on the installed version of Microsoft Exchange Server.
Checks that the version of the clustering software (Veritas Cluster Server or Windows Server Failover Clustering) on the file server is compatible with Enterprise Vault.
FSA Metadata Migration
Checks for any File System Archiving (FSA) Reporting data that requires upgrading before you can upgrade to the latest version of Enterprise Vault.
File Server .NET Framework Version
Checks that the version of the .NET Framework on the file server is compatible with Enterprise Vault.
File Server .NET Framework WOW64 feature
Checks that the required WOW64 features are enabled on the file server.
File Server Permissions
Checks that the Vault Service account has the correct privileges on the file server.
File Share Permissions
Checks that the Vault Service account has the correct privileges on the file share.
Checks that the installed version of IIS is compatible with Enterprise Vault.
Checks that the IIS components that Enterprise Vault requires are installed.
Checks that ASP server-side and client-side script debugging are not set for the web service, web server, or Enterprise Vault virtual directory.
Checks that Windows Server Update Services role is not installed.
Warns that you must open appropriate ports on the Enterprise Vault server if you want to provide IMAP access to users' archives.
Checks that the installation path for Enterprise Vault does not include non-ASCII characters.
Checks that the Net.TCP Port sharing service, World Wide Web Publishing service, and Web Server (IIS) CGI feature are enabled.
If Veritas NetBackup or Veritas Backup Exec is detected, checks that the installed version is compatible with Enterprise Vault.
Checks that the installed version of Internet Explorer is compatible with Enterprise Vault.
Checks for any issues with the Windows language settings on the Enterprise Vault server.
Checks for a valid Veritas license.
Lotus Domino Server Version
Reports on the installed version of Domino Server.
Checks that the Notes client has been installed.
Reports on the installed version of Microsoft Management Console (MMC).
Warns that if the Vault Service account does not have the systems administrator role on all SQL Server instances that host Enterprise Vault databases, then the Vault Service account requires additional rights on the msdb system database.
Checks that Microsoft Message Queuing (MSMQ) has been installed without Active Directory integration, and that all the storage directories are on non-system drives.
Checks that the Vault Service account has sufficient permissions to create the queues that Enterprise Vault uses.
Reports on the total amount and available amount of physical memory and virtual memory. Warns if the page file is not system managed and is smaller than the size of the physical memory.
Microsoft Cluster Server (MSCS)
Checks that the installed version of Windows Server Failover Clustering is compatible with Enterprise Vault. (Windows Server Failover Clustering was formerly known as Microsoft Cluster Server, or MSCS.)
Lists all the installed Microsoft updates.
Checks that the Windows feature, Windows TIFF IFilter, is installed. This feature is required for Optical Character Recognition (OCR) conversion support.
Checks that Enterprise Vault supports the installed version of the operating system and associated service packs.
The test also checks that you have installed the Desktop Experience feature on the computer. This
feature is required for optimum performance of the Enterprise Vault Administration Console.
Checks that a valid Microsoft Outlook profile has been created.
Reports on the version of Microsoft Outlook.
Checks that a suitable version of Windows PowerShell is installed.
Reports processor information.
Registry Check: AttachmentMax
Reports on whether the AttachmentMax registry value is set according to best practice.
Registry Check: DisableLoopbackCheck
Reports on whether the DisableLoopbackCheck registry key has been set.
Registry Check: DisableStrictNameChecking
Reports on whether the DisableStrictNameChecking registry key has been set.
Registry Check: RecipientMax
Reports on whether the RecipientMax registry value is set according to best practice.
Reports any mixed collation in the Enterprise Vault directory databases and vault stores.
SQL Database Compatibility
Reports on whether all Enterprise Vault databases are running in a supported compatibility mode.
SQL Server Connectivity
Checks that the SQL Server supports network connections over the TCP/IP and named pipe protocols.
SQL Server Permissions
Checks that the Vault Service account has adequate SQL Server permissions.
SQL Server Reporting Services
Reports on whether a supported version of SQL Server Reporting Services is present.
SQL Server Version
Reports on the installed version of SQL Server, and warns if it is below the minimum required for Compliance Accelerator and Discovery Accelerator.
Checks that SharePoint is installed on the target system.
If SharePoint 2013 or later is installed, checks that the Claim to Windows Token Service (C2WTS) is configured and running.
On the target server, checks that DCOM port 135 is open in the firewall for incoming connections.
TEMP Folder Security
Checks that there is no unauthorized access to the TEMP folder.
VCS Authentication Client Binaries
Checks for the presence of these binaries, which are needed on the Enterprise Vault server if you want to configure FSA services for high availability on a VCS-clustered file server.
VERITAS Cluster Server Version
Checks that the installed version of Veritas Cluster Server (VCS) is compatible with Enterprise Vault.
Checks whether the server is virtual or physical, and provides a link to best practices when deploying Enterprise Vault in a VMware virtual environment.
Vault Service Account
Checks that the Vault Service account is a member of the local Administrators' group.