Symantec Enterprise Vault 2007 for Exchange: Administration I

3 Day Course
Hands On
Official Symantec Curriculum
Code SYMT-EV1

This course has been replaced by the Symantec Enterprise Vault 8x course.

Modules

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Introduction to Enterprise Vault (3 topics)

  • The Nature of Business Data
  • Enterprise Vault Functions
  • What Is New in Enterprise Vault 2007?

Architecture and Terminology (2 topics)

  • Physical Components
  • Logical Structure

Installation and Configuration (3 topics)

  • Installation Prerequisites
  • Installing Enterprise Vault
  • Running the Configuration Wizard

Vault Site Configuration (5 topics)

  • Setting Up Enterprise Vault Site Properties
  • Roles-Based Administration
  • Creating a Vault Store
  • Vault Store Partitions
  • Retention and Deletion

Exchange Mailbox Archiving (8 topics)

  • Mailbox Archiving Overview
  • Setting Up Mailbox Archiving
  • Adding Archiving Tasks
  • Configuring Policies
  • Granular Provisioning
  • Adding an Archiving Target
  • Enabling Mailboxes for Archiving
  • Running Mailbox Archiving

Client Extensions (6 topics)

  • Introduction to Enterprise Vault Extensions
  • Icons, Buttons, and Menu Options
  • Working with Enterprise Vault Outlook Extensions
  • Using Non-Outlook E-mail Clients
  • Using Archive Explorer
  • Archive Search Client Tools

Journal and Public Folder Archiving (4 topics)

  • Architecture of Journal Archiving
  • Configuring Journal Archiving
  • Architecture of Public Folder Archiving
  • Configuring Public Folder Archiving

Exchange PST File Migration (4 topics)

  • Introduction to PST Migration
  • Using Locate and Migrate
  • Client-Driven PST Migration
  • Troubleshooting PST Migration

File System Archiving (4 topics)

  • File System Archiving Overview
  • Configuring File System Archiving
  • Accessing Archived Files
  • Pruning File Versions in Archives

Prerequisites

You should have a working knowledge of Windows, with some system administration experience. Basic familiarity with Exchange/Outlook is sufficient, while an understanding of SQL Server, Exchange, and Active Directory as a power user or administrator is useful.

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