The Veritas Enterprise Vault 12: Differences 11 to 12 (DP0131) course is designed for system administrators tasked with operating, integrating, and monitoring the day-to-day performance of Enterprise Vault within an Exchange environment familiar with Enterprise Vault 11. This two-day, instructor-led or virtual academy, hands-on class covers the productâ€™s enhancements introduced in version 12.
By the end of this course, you will be able to:
- Configure Role-Based Administration (RBA) without Windows Authorization Manager.
- Create and configure retention plans.
- Configure and perform classification.
- Ingest PST into INTERNET MAIL
- Work with changes to OCR and iFilter
- Configure SQL 2012 AlwaysOn Availability Groups.
- Understand improvements to the installation process.
- Configure and archive SMTP Selective and Mailbox Journaling
- Understand the basics of upgrading from earlier versions to version 12.
- Configure and use Compliance Intelligent Review.
- Understand the enhancements to Discovery Accelerator and Compliance Accelerator.
Role-Based Administration for Windows V-Next
- Roles Based Administration (RBA): Overview
- RBA Installation
- RBA Management
- RBA Troubleshooting
- Lab: Setting up RBA
Retention and Classification
- Classification Overview
- Classification Architecture
- Retention Plans
- Classification Configuration
- Re-Classification and Gated Deletion
- Classification Troubleshooting
- Configure File Server Resource Manager
- Complete Preliminary Configuration within Enterprise Vault
- Verify Classification Functionality
- Explore Various Use Case Scenarios
Enterprise Vault and SMTP
- SMTP Archiving overview
- SMTP Archiving architecture
- Installation and configuration
- SMTP Archiving examples
- Troubleshooting SMTP Archiving
- Verify the Enterprise Vault SMTP service
- Create archives for SMTP Archiving
- Configuring retention categories and SMTP policies
- Configuring SMTP server
- Add SMTP journal target addresses
- Adding an SMTP Archiving task
- Monitoring SMTP Journal traffic
- Add SMTP Selective Journal target addresses
- Monitoring SMTP Selective Journal target addresses
- Use PowerShell to work with SMTP Archiving
Enterprise Vault Search (EVS)
- Enterprise Vault Search update overview
- EVS installation and configuration
- Review the preferences
- Perform searches
- Work with folders
- â€‹Perform advanced searches
PST Ingestion into Internet Mail Archives
- PST migration enhancement overview
- Using the Administration Console
- Using PowerShell
- Ingest single PST into Internet Mail
- Ingest multiple PSTs into Internet Mail
- Use PST Migration Wizard to ingest PSTs into Internet Mail
- Use PowerShell to ingest PST into Internet Mail
Optical Character Recognition (OCR) and iFilter
- â€‹ OCR and IFilter overview
- Basic OCR architecture and process flow
- OCR requirement checks
- OCR configuration
- Troubleshooting OCR conversions
- Archive messages with images
- Search for text in the images
- View the indexed OCR content
SQL 2012 AlwaysOn
- SQL Server AlwaysOn overview
- EV Integration with SQL AlwaysOn
- CA and DA integration with SQL AlwaysOn
- Implementing SQL AlwaysOn
- SQL AlwaysOn troubleshooting
- Accelerator enhancements overview
- CA Intelligent Review
- Accelerator enhanced reporting
- Accelerator export and import improvements
This course is for system administrators, system engineers, technical support personnel, and system integration/development staff who are responsible for installing, operating or integrating Enterprise Vault within their Exchange environment who needs to understand the changes made in Veritas Enterprise Vault 12.
- You must 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.
- You must be an Enterprise Vault administrator and have 6 months experience with Enterprise Vault 11.