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Quadrotech Archive Shuttle 10.3 - Installation Guide

Additional Requirements for Imports to Exchange

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NOTE: This section is for ingesting data into Exchange 2010 SP 2 or later.

Additional Permissions (Exchange 2010 SP 2 or later)

The Archive Shuttle Exchange Import module ingests data in to Exchange mailboxes or Personal Archives using MAPI. However, certain messages may fail to ingest using this mechanism even after a number of retries. By default the module will fall back to use Exchange Web Services (EWS) when this situation arises.

In order to support this failback, the service account that is being used to ingest the data must be granted an additional role within Exchange.

An example of the PowerShell command that can be used to grant this extra permission is shown below:

[PS] C:\>New-ManagementRoleAssignment -Name:VaultAdminImpersonization -Role:ApplicationImpersonation -User: ADomain\TheUser

Additional Permissions (Exchange 2010 SP1 or earlier)

Ingestion to versions of Exchange 2010 SP 1 or earlier can be done by using EWS only. This means that the ingest provider order, on the System Configuration page, should be updated to show just EWS.

In order to support this feature, the service account that is being used to ingest the data must be granted an additional role within Exchange.An example of the PowerShell command that can be used to grant this extra permission is shown below:

[PS] C:\>New-ManagementRoleAssignment -Name:VaultAdminImpersonization -Role:ApplicationImpersonation -User: ADomain\TheUser

Recommended Bitness

It is recommended to use 64 bit modules when ingesting data into Microsoft Exchange. In many environments an ingest bridgehead server is used to perform the ingest, and whilst the machine (physical or virtual) may have 16 Gb or more RAM, out of memory errors may be observed from time to time if the regular, 32 bit modules are used.

To use the 64 bit modules it will be necessary to install 64 bit Outlook, and then the 64 bit modules. These modules will utilize RAM beyond the normal 2 Gb Windows process limit allow for faster and more reliable migrations to take place.

Installing Archive Shuttle

This section describes how to install Archive Shuttle Core and the Archive Shuttle Modules.

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NOTE: Some components of Archive Shuttle have the capability to perform work using MAPI or EWS. These are:

·Enterprise Vault collector module (which can collect shortcuts from mailboxes)

·Shortcut Processing module (which can fix shortcuts, or delete them)

The use of MAPI for these, and other activities, is deprecated and will be removed in a future release of the product.

Before starting the installation of Archive Shuttle, make sure that the following are available:

·Installation MSI files

·License file

·Login credentials for each of the servers where components are to be installed

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NOTE: Ensure migration environments are deployed with EWS configurations.

Overview Of Archive Shuttle Licensing

Archive Shuttle uses a license file that is bound to the domain name where the Archive Shuttle Core Server is installed. A license file must be obtained that covers the features and user/data amounts that are to be migrated.

The following types of Archive Shuttle license are available:

·Production license: This license has no time limits associated with it and has the amount of user licenses / data extraction licenses that have been purchased.

·Trial license: This license is time limited and allows testing the full functionality of Archive Shuttle for a limited time only. When the license expires, the software continues to run in a restricted, read-only mode, which allows for many Archive Shuttle activities to be performed except export/import of data.

Installing Archive Shuttle license files

The license file has to be installed on the Archive Shuttle Core Server.

The license file is requested during the Archive Shuttle Core installation.

Installing Archive Shuttle Core Server

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NOTE: Before installing Archive Shuttle, check that all the prerequisites for the planned installation have been fulfilled.

To install Archive Shuttle:

1.Log in to the designated Archive Shuttle Core Server.

2.Double-click the ArchiveShuttle.xx-x.x.xxxx.x.msi file to start the installation.

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NOTE: Setup scans the server to determine whether it meets the prerequisites and displays a report. Install any missing prerequisites, and restart setup

3.Install the required Archive Shuttle components for this computer.

The requirements for an Archive Shuttle Core server are as follows:

·Core Service: Installs the Archive Shuttle Service that periodically runs Archive Shuttle tasks.

·Web Service: Installs the Archive Shuttle Web Services. These communicate with the Archive Shuttle modules by HTTP(S).

·Web Interface: Install the Archive Shuttle Web Interface. This is a web-based interface that enables administrators to manage Archive Shuttle.

4. Enter the account under which the components to be installed should run.

5. Enter the Archive Shuttle SQL Instance where the Archive Shuttle databases will be created. This can be:

Default instance: mySqlServerName.MyDomain.com

Named instance: mySqlServerName.MyDomain.com\MyInstanceName

6. Enter the folder where the Archive Shuttle logs should be stored.

7. Select the Archive Shuttle license file.

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NOTE: It is essential to verify that the license information is correct. Otherwise, Archive Shuttle functionality may be deactivated.

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