Enterprise Vault™ Classification using the Veritas Information Classifier
- About this guide
- Preparing Enterprise Vault for classification
- Setting up Veritas Information Classifier policies
- About policies
- About patterns
- About tags
- Defining and applying Enterprise Vault classification policies
- Defining classification policies
- Running classification in test mode
- Using classification with smart partitions
- Appendix A. Enterprise Vault properties for use in custom field searches
- Appendix B. PowerShell cmdlets for use with classification
- Appendix C. Classification cache folder
- Appendix D. Migrating from FCI classification to the Veritas Information Classifier
- Appendix E. Monitoring and troubleshooting
Creating or editing policies
You can also edit existing policies. However, in the case of the built-in policies, the changes that you can make are quite limited.
To create or edit a policy
- At the left of the Veritas Information Classifier, click Policies.
Do one of the following:
To create a policy from the beginning, click New.
To create a policy by copying an existing one, select the policy and then click Copy.
To edit an existing policy, select the policy and then click Edit.
- Set the fields as follows:
Specifies the policy name. The name must be unique, and it can contain up to 100 alphanumeric, space, and special characters.
Enables or disables the policy. You must enable the policy if you want the Veritas Information Classifier to check for and tag the items that match the policy.
(Optional.) Provides a short description of the policy for display in the Veritas Information Classifier.
Nominates one or more tags that you want to apply to the items that match the policy conditions. Click the Tags field to choose from a list of the available tags.
Specifies one or more conditions that an item must meet for the Veritas Information Classifier to consider it a match.
- Test the policy by clicking Browse and then choosing an item that ought to match it.
After a few moments, the Veritas Information Classifier indicates whether it has found a match. When this is the case, you can click Show details to see the matching text and confidence levels.
This test facility can help to confirm that the policy works as you expect. However, we recommend that you run the PowerShell cmdlet Get-EVClassificationVICTags against one or more test items to make certain that this is the case.
- Click Save.