The Veritas Enterprise Vault 12.x: Administration I course is designed for system administrators tasked with operating, integrating, and monitoring the day-to-day performance of Enterprise Vault within a Microsoft Exchange environment. This five-day, instructor-led, hands-on class covers Enterprise Vault's functionality, operations and features. Additional topics include using reports, basic management, and an overview of Enterprise Vault backup and restore requirements. After you complete this course, you will know how to, manage, monitor, and maintain Enterprise Vault.
You must have a working knowledge of Microsoft Windows Server 2012 with some system administration experience. Basic familiarity with Exchange/Outlook is sufficient, while an understanding of Microsoft SQL Server, Exchange, and Active Directory as a power user or administrator is useful. An optional prerequisite is taking the Veritas Enterprise Vault 12.x: Implementation and Deployment class. This 4-day course covers the topics of installing, upgrading and migrating for Enterprise Vault 12.x implementations. Veritas Enterprise Vault 11.x: Implementation and Deployment can be substituted for the 12.x version.
Delegates will learn how to
- Introduction to Administering Enterprise Vault
- Maintaining Exchange Targets and Tasks
- Managing Mailbox Archiving
- Managing Enterprise Vault Client Settings
- Managing Client Access - Outlook
- Managing Client Access - Vault Cache and Virtual Vault
- Managing Client Access - Office Mail App and OWA
- Maintaining Journal Archiving
- Migrating PST Files - Introduction
- Migrating PST Files - Performing Migrations
- Maintaining the Enterprise Vault Environment
- Maintaining Enterprise Vault Storage I
- Maintaining Enterprise Vault Storage II
- Managing Storage Retention and Deletion
- Managing Indexes
- Managing Retention & Classification
- Managing Enterprise Vault Search
- Maintaining Monitoring and Reporting
- Disaster Recovery Overview
Lesson 1: Introduction to Administering Enterprise Vault
· Enterprise Vault: Overview
· Administering Enterprise Vault: Overview
Lesson 2: Maintaining Exchange Targets and Tasks
· Exchange targets and tasks: Overview
· Adding Exchange targets
· Maintaining and monitoring required tasks
· Archiving from an Exchange DAG
Lesson 3: Managing Mailbox Archiving
· Determining what is archived from targets
· Applying archiving options to mailboxes
Lesson 4: Managing Enterprise Vault Client Settings
· Managing client settings
· Adding new users to the Enterprise Vault environment
Lesson 5: Managing Client Access – Outlook
· Accessing Enterprise Vault archived items: Overview
· Supporting Exchange client access: Outlook
Lesson 6: Managing Client Access – Vault Cache and Virtual Vault
· Vault Cache and Virtual Vault: Overview
· Supporting Exchange client access: Vault Cache
· Supporting Exchange client access: Virtual Vault
Lesson 7: Managing Client Access – Office Mail App and OWA
· Accessing Enterprise Vault archived items: Overview
· Supporting Exchange client access: Office Mail App
· (Optional) Supporting Exchange client access: Outlook Web App (OWA)
Lesson 8: Maintaining Journal Archiving
· Journal archiving overview · Monitoring journal archiving
· Managing journal archiving
Lesson 9: Migrating PST Files – Introduction
· PST migration: Overview
· Using PST migration tools
· Configuring PST settings
Lesson 10: Migrating PST Files – Performing Migrations
· Migrating with client-driven PST migration
· Migrating with server-driven PST migration
Lesson 11: Maintaining the Enterprise Vault Environment
· Monitoring and maintaining the Enterprise Vault server
· Maintaining database resources
· Updating the environment
Lesson 12: Maintaining Enterprise Vault Storage I
· Archive storage overview
· Determining current storage state and usage
· Expanding the storage configuration
Lesson 13: Maintaining Enterprise Vault Storage II
· Maintaining storage locations · Modifying storage
Lesson 14: Managing Storage Retention and Deletion
· Managing storage retention and expiry
· Configuring collection and migration overview
Lesson 15: Managing Indexes
· Index overview
· Monitoring Indexes
· Maintaining Indexes
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