You can use this page to specify which mailboxes you want displayed when you view the contents of the storage based on the Archive Manager instance.
Table 104: User interface elements
|Show all mailboxes
||Shows all mailboxes that are available in the Archive Manager instance.|
|Show only mailboxes of the access account
||Shows only the mailboxes that belong to the access account with which you connect to the Archive Manager instance.|
You can use this page to select how you want to register the items you have specified in the previous steps of the wizard: as source storages, target storages, or both. To register the items both as source and target storages, select the Source Storages and the Target Storages check boxes.
Table 105: User interface elements
||You can select this check box to register the items as source storages.|
||You can select this check box to register the items as target storages.|
When you click Next, the wizard displays a series of pages in which you can view the progress of the storage registration operation, and cancel the operation if necessary.
The Catalog Wizard helps you catalog Exchange Server backups that hold the databases with which you want to work. With this wizard, you can catalog backups that span one or several media, such as files or tapes.
To start the Catalog Wizard
- From the main menu, select Manage | Backup Catalog.
- In the view that opens, on the Backups tab, click the Add button.
The wizard includes the following pages:
The Catalog Wizard starts with the Select Type of Backup Media page. You can use this page to select the type of the backup media that holds the backup you want to catalog.
Table 106: User interface elements
||Catalogs OpenTape Format (OTF) backup files created with EMC NetWorker, Tape Archive (TAR) backup files created with NetBackup, or Microsoft Tape Format (MTF)-compliant backup files created with Windows Backup or Backup Exec.|
||Catalogs backups from physical tape drives.|
|Microsoft Removable Storage Manager library
||Catalogs backups from the backup media you select from a list provided by the Microsoft Removable Storage Manager (RSM) service.|