Veritas Access Release Notes
- Overview of Veritas Access
- Changes in this release
- Technical preview features
- Fixed issues
- Software limitations
- Flexible Storage Sharing limitations
- Limitations related to installation and upgrade
- Limitation related to replication
- Known issues
- Veritas Access known issues
- Admin issues
- Backup issues
- CIFS issues
- Deduplication issues
- FTP issues
- General issues
- GUI issues
- Installation and configuration issues
- Internationalization (I18N) issues
- Networking issues
- NFS issues
- ObjectAccess issues
- OpenDedup issues
- OpenStack issues
- Replication issues
- SDS known issues
- SmartIO issues
- Storage issues
- System issues
- Target issues
- Upgrade issues
- Veritas Data Deduplication issues
- Veritas Access known issues
- Getting help
Veritas Access Streamer as a storage type for Enterprise Vault
Choosing Veritas Access Streamer as a storage type for Enterprise Vault is a technical preview feature in this release.
This feature is supported only on test and development environments. It is not supported on production environments.
You are required to run Enterprise Vault 11 and later versions.
You can use the Veritas Access Streamer setup wizard to install Veritas Access Streamer. The Veritas Access Streamer installer can be found at the following location:
To install Veritas Access Streamer
- Run the Veritas Access Streamer installer. You are prompted to choose the location where you want to install it. You have to choose the default location.
- The installer is ready to install Veritas Access Streamer on your system. Click Next to start the installation.
- A window appears which shows the progress of the installation. Once the installation is complete, click Close to exit the installation.
- Open an administrator command prompt and navigate to
C:\program files(x86)\Enterprise Vault\Veritas Access Streamer.
- Run regsvr32 VeritasAccessStreamer.dll. You get a message that the registration is successful.
- Go to
C:\program files(x86)\Enterprise Vault\Veritas Access Streamer\xmlto get the
EvExtendedSetttings.xmlfile and configure Veritas Access Streamer as a storage type for Enterprise Vault to make the Veritas Access Streamer device known to the Enterprise Vault Administration Console.
See “To configure Veritas Access Streamer as a storage type for Enterprise Vault”.
- Create a new partition and verify that Veritas Access Streamer is listed as one of the storage options.
You can perform the following steps on the Enterprise Vault server.
To configure Veritas Access Streamer as a storage type for Enterprise Vault
- Open Windows Explorer, and then navigate to <Program Files (x86)>\Enterprise Vault\InitialConfigurationData\en\Policies.
- Make a copy of
EVExtendedSettings.xmlwith the version provided by Veritas. Use the xml file created in
C:\Program Files(x86)\Enterprise Vault\Veritas Access Stream\xml. The xml file is available after the
Veritas Access Streamer setup.msiis installed.
- Update the registry value: [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Wow6432Node\KVS\Enterprise Vault\Admin] "PopulateExtendedSettingTypes"="1".
- Close and then relaunch the Enterprise Vault Administration Console (VAC).
- Navigate to Policies > Exchange.
- Right-click Exchange, and then click Populate Setting Types.
A message is displayed that indicates that the SettingsType table in the Directory database has been successfully populated.
- Restart the Storage service on all Enterprise Vault storage servers using Veritas Access Streamer as storage.
Once the services start, Veritas Access Streamer is displayed as a storage type when configuring a partition.
- Select Veritas Access Streamer and click on Next.
Now, you have to configure the Veritas Access Streamer.
To configure the Veritas Access Streamer
- Configure the properties of the Veritas Access Streamer.
Veritas Access Address
The hostname of the Veritas Access storage system.
Veritas Access Port
The port where the server on Veritas Access Storage system listens for http requests.
Access KeyVeritas Access
The access key of the user to access the bucket.
Veritas Access Secret Key
The secret key of the user to access the bucket.
Denotes whether SSL should be used to connect to server.
Veritas Access Bucket
The bucket where the partition data is stored.
- Go to Advanced on the partition settings and click Test. You get a message that tells you that your connection test is successful.