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FSAUtility -t does nothing, please help!

I am trying to restore some files from my Enterprise Vault File System Archive 8.0.4.1991 and I can't get the fsautlity to do anything. Here is what I'm doing: I log into the EVault server with the EVault user account. Open cmd and navigate to the FSAUtility folder and I run a command like this FSAUtility –t –s \\Server Name\Users\Sally When I press enter is simply gives me the list of FSAUtility options, as if I just typed FSAUtility without any switches. I'm not sure what to do from here? I've tried a number of different switch options but it just does the same thing.

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Do you have UAC enabled? You

Do you have UAC enabled?

You must run this utility with Administrator privileges if the computer has User Account Control (UAC) enabled.

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Do you have UAC enabled? You

Do you have UAC enabled?

You must run this utility with Administrator privileges if the computer has User Account Control (UAC) enabled.

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Thanks for the response. My

Thanks for the response. My associate found that the problem was because we were RDP’d into the system. Once we connected to the console the command ran correctly.