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Archive Manager 5.9.1 - Administration Guide

Administration menu Authentication modes Data loaders Download tools Federated Search Instances Groups Index management Logins Security roles Storage location Message tags Proxy credentials Alert Service Policies Exclusion rules Mail servers Mailbox assignment Mailboxes Lync servers Lync user assignment Lync users Reports Message policies Message policy assignments Retention policies Tenants System maintenance Log Viewer Exchange Utility Administering in a hosted Exchange environment Appendix A: Moving database or attachment store Appendix B: Enabling generating publisher evidence


All attempts to change mailbox delegation settings (successful or not) are recorded in the database for audit purposes. The audit record includes the time and date of the action, user information, status of the request (successful or failed), the actual delegation agreement text presented to the user, and other information. See Delegation Log report for detailed descriptions of the reports.

Appendix A: Moving database or attachment store

Moving the database

If you are moving from one database server to another database server, such as SQL 2000 to SQL 2005, the AfterMail_Temp table and the Archive Manager database must use the same collation setting. The collation setting must contain Case Insensitive (CI) and Accent Sensitive (AS). Set the value to:

Instead of moving database by running the installer to create a new database, you can also use Configuration Console to configure connection strings to a new database:


Moving the attachment store

You may need to move your store to a new location, for example, when your SAN fills up or you need to move the store to a new SAN or machine. This usually is preferable to having two filesystem stores, although either option is valid.

Open the StorageLocations table located under the Tables node.
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