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Enterprise Vault addon Icons Disappeared in Outlook (ResetEVClient.exe)

24/03/2011 13 comments

Hi,

One of my users sayed to me that the EV icons disappeared,

So I closed all outlook processes and  Run The ResetEVClient.exe Tool (C:\Program Files\Enterprise Vault\EVClient\ResetEVClient.exe)

The Icons was shown after opening the outlook again

Yair

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PST Inventory With SCCM

09/01/2011 4 comments

Hi,

We are about to implement Symantec Enterprise Vault and we need to estimate our PST size on our laptops,

So I set the Inventory Collection (Site management ->Site name -> Site settings -> Client agents (properties) -> software inventory client agent)

It will take a few days until the DB will be entered with the information we need, (I set up the software inventory schedule to run every 1 day for the first week, after i have all the information i’ll set it back to run every 7 days as the default setting)

Now There is few ways to see the PST data:

1. Use built-in report called Computers with a specific file and in the file name use %.PST

You should see something like:

2. Use Custom Report For PST as I found on System Center Forum by John Marcum

PST’s on a Client

select Sys.Name0, Sys.User_Name0, SF.FileName, SF.FilePath, SF.FileSize/1024 as Megs
from v_R_System Sys INNER JOIN v_GS_SoftwareFile SF on
Sys.ResourceID = SF.ResourceID
where SF.FileName like ‘%’+’.PST’ and Sys.Name0= @System
Order by SF.FileName

PST’s on Client Count

select Sys.Name0, Sys.User_Name0,
Count(SF.FileName) as FileCount,
Sum(SF.FileSize/1024/1024) as ‘Megs Used’
from v_R_System Sys INNER JOIN v_GS_SoftwareFile SF on
Sys.ResourceID = SF.ResourceID
where SF.FileName like ‘%’+’.PST’ and SF.FileSize/1024/1024 > 0
Group by Sys.Name0, Sys.User_Name0
having Count(SF.FileName) > 1 order by Sys.Name0 Desc

That’s It,

yair

Where Is My Emails (ipm_subtree)????

Hello,

Have you ever tryed to drag your emails from the inbox to the Mailbox (Mistakenly)????

if you do so, the only way to find your emails  is to go to Tools -> Find -> Advanced Find

At the top of the Advanced Find window, change Look for to Any type of Outlook item

 Then click the Browse button and select the top level of the mailbox. On the Advanced tab,
click the Field drop-down and under All Mail Fields, choose In Folder

In the Value box, enter “ipm_subtree” without the quotes and click Add to List

now you can see the entire mailbox for items in the folder “ipm_subtree”.

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