Auditing is a component of Archive Manager for Exchange. It allows the administrator to log all actions in the Archive Manager Administration Center and ArchiveWeb. Auditing logs all user actions in the email archive and the auditor has an overview of user actions as archiving, retrieving, restoring and fulltext searches in Outlook and ArchiveWeb.
NOTE: If Express installation was used to install Archive Manager for Exchange, the auditing database must be configured with the Configuration tool. If Advanced installation was used to install Archive Manager for Exchange, the database configuration is done automatically.
·SQL Server 2012 or higher
·Azure SQL Database
·Oracle 12c or higher
The database will be configured after the installation using the Configuration tool (as described later).
Auditing can be installed on the Archive Manager server or on a separate machine. The instruction presented here assume that the Auditing feature will be installed on the same server where the Metalogix Archive Manager server is installed.
1.Login to the Archive Manager for Exchange (Archive) server with the credentials of the superuser.
2.Run the Archive Manager setup. the default path is C:\Metalogix\Archive Manager Installation Package\Exchange\Archive Manager for Exchange Setup.exe
3.Allow the system checks to complete.
4.From the Welcome window select Modify.
5.Click Next. The Select Features window opens. Select the Auditing check box.
6.Click Next. The HSM Server window opens. Specify the server name or click Browse to locate the HSM server. Click Test server to verify the server connectivity.
7.Click Next. The Search server window opens. Specify the server name or click Browse to locate the Search server. Click Test server to verify the server connectivity.
8.Click Next. The Firewall Settings window opens. Select the check box to allow communications through server firewalls.
9.Click Next. The Ready to modify the program window opens.
10.When the Auditing feature is installed, the Maintenance Complete window opens.
11.Clear the Launch Post Installation Tasks check box and click Finish.
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For IIS 8
1.Open IIS Manager from Control Panel > System and Security > Administrative Tools > Internet Information Services (IIS) Manager.
2.From the Connection pane expand the nodes [archive-manager-server-name] > Sites > Default Web Site.
4.Double-click Authentication in the IIS section of the Workspace.
5.In the Authentication pane, set the following properties:
a.Right-click Anonymous Authentication and select Disabled from the context menu.
b.Right-click Windows Authentication and select Enabled from the context menu.
For IIS 7
1.Open IIS Manager from Start > All programs > Administrative tools > IIS Manager
2.In the Connection pane expand [exchange-server-name] > Web Sites > Default Web Site.
3.Right-click the ExchangePamWS and select Properties from the context menu.
4.Open the Directory Security tab and click Edit in the Authentication and access control section.
5.In the Authentication Methods window set the following properties;
6.Clear the check box Enable anonymous access.
7.Select the check box Integrated Windows authentication.
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