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Metalogix Archive Manager for Exchange 8.1.1 - Media Store Administration Guide

IBM FileNet Image Services

 

To create FileNet IS Store:

1.In the Configuration tool on the HSM / Stores tab click the New Store button to open the MediaStore Administration wizard.

NOTE: By default Configuration tool can be found under C:\ Program Files (x86) \ Common Files \ PAM \ PAMConfig.

2.In the MediaStore Administration wizard select FileNet IS as a MediaStore type and enter a name for your new MediaStore in the Name of the new MediaStore text-box. Then click Next.

 

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3.Specify your settings: URL - enter the address of your FileNet store. User name - enter the name of the user to be used for connecting and its Password. Library – enter the storage library device. Document class – enter the document class for connecting to the FileNet store. In the Filename prefix box determine the file names to be created. Click the button right next to the text box to add datepart to the file name. Custom text is also available. Then click Next.

 

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4.The final dialog is common for every store type. The Relative Speed of the store text box represents the relative speed of this store compared to other stores.

If HSM should copy files into the cache when reading from this store, check Use HSM Cache for read operations. Click Finish.

 

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Hitachi HCAP (Content Archive Platform)

 

To create Hitachi HCAP Store:

1.In the Configuration tool on the HSM / Stores tab click the New Store button to open the MediaStore Administration wizard.

NOTE: By default Configuration tool can be found under C:\ Program Files (x86) \ Common Files \ PAM \ PAMConfig.

2.In the MediaStore Administration window select Hitachi HCAP as a MediaStore type and enter a name for your new MediaStore in the Name of the new MediaStore text-box. Then click Next.

 

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3.Specify your settings: Host – enter your specific host name. SSL – tick, if you want to use SSL Certificate. UID – enter the user identifier numerical value, e.g. File System User ID, Superuser ID (0). Timeout – set the desired value. Retry limit – set how many times the store should try to save a file. Shred – tick, if you want to allow secure file deletion.

In the Filename prefix box determine the file names to be created. Click the button right next to the text box to add datepart to the file name. Custom text is also available. Then click Next.

 

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4.The final dialog is common for every store type.The Relative Speed of the store text box represents the relative speed of this store compared to other stores.

If HSM should copy files into the cache when reading from this store, check Use HSM Cache for read operations. Click Finish.

 

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Hitachi HCP

 

To create Hitachi HCP Store:

1.In the Configuration tool on the HSM / Stores tab click the New Store button to open the MediaStore Administration wizard.

NOTE: By default Configuration tool can be found under C:\ Program Files (x86) \ Common Files \ PAM \ PAMConfig.

2.In the MediaStore Administration window select Hitachi HCP as a MediaStore type and enter a name for your new MediaStore in the Name of the new MediaStore text-box. Then click Next.

 

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3.Specify your settings: Host – enter your specific host name.

Host address format:

namespace-name.tenant-name.hcp-domain-name

Tenant is the highest node of the storage folder structure. There can be one or more tenants defined. Each tenant can be defined in enterprise or compliance retention-mode. In enterprise mode, privileged operations are allowed. In compliance mode, they are not allowed. E.g. when tenant name = company name, there can be another tenant defined in compliance mode.

Each tenant can have one or more namespaces defined (e.g. departments – sales, development…)

 

 

SSL – tick, if you want to use SSL Certificate. User name & Password – to be filled as they are sent for authorization reasons with every request. Timeout – set the desired value. Retry limit – set how many times the store should try to save a file. Shred – tick, if you want to allow secure file deletion (file will be deleted and all existing references in storage will be overwritten).

In the Filename prefix box determine wished date/time folder structure of archived files (the file names to be created). Click the button right next to the text box to add datepart to the file name. Custom text is also available. In case of example screenshot, folder where files will be archived has the following structure:

RootFolder/FileNamePrefix where FileNamePrefix (yyyy/MM/dd/HH)

date/time parts will be substituted through actual date/time.

Then click Next.

 

 

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4.The final dialog is common for every store type.The Relative Speed of the store text box represents the relative speed of this store compared to other stores.

If HSM should copy files into the cache when reading from this store, check Use HSM Cache for read operations. Click Finish.

 

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iTernity

 

To create iTernity Store:

1.In the Configuration tool on the HSM / Stores tab click the New Store button to open the MediaStore Administration wizard.

NOTE: By default Configuration tool can be found under C:\ Program Files (x86) \ Common Files \ PAM \ PAMConfig.

2.In the MediaStore Administration window select iTernity as a MediaStore type and enter a name for your new MediaStore in the Name of the new MediaStore text-box. Then click Next.

 

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3.Specify your settings: URL – enter your specific URL. Timeout – set the desired value. Storage Provider – enter your storage provider settings. User – enter the name of the user to be used for connecting and its Password. Then click Next.

 

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4.The final dialog is common for every store type. The Relative Speed of the store text box represents the relative speed of this store compared to other stores.

If HSM should copy files into the cache when reading from this store, check Use HSM Cache for read operations. Click Finish.

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