As above ive found very little about any EV CMDLETs, i would like a simple or even complex command where it can take a username and look over our cluster of EV servers to see if that person is enabled for archiving.
I think you can get this from SQL. It is not a powershell command yet I believe.
something like 'use EnterpriseVaultDirectory
select MbxDisplayName, MbxAlias, MbxNTUser, MbxNTDomain, MbxArchivingState
Where MbxDisplayname like '%part of displayname%'
mbxarchivingstate 0 = not enabled
1 = enabled
2 = disabled
check to see if mbxarchivingstate = 1 for the user you look for.
the tool is actually in testphase and not everything is finished.
I would not like to post incomplete/unoptimized scripts, as they can lead to confusion or failures
They checks I do are mostly for maintainance and reporting to management.
Optimally this tool would be everything the customer needs to know/do with EV.
At the moment I mainly use SQL and Archiving Report.
The start gui is a check of EV environment: (management/savings)
1. did archiving run on server X. (green/red)
2. how high is the compression rate for archived files (%)
3. What are the most archived filetypes by volume (List of Filetypes)
4. how many items are unsecured (number)
5. where there problems with the Journal (green/red)(network/Service/Eventlog)
Second page will be for daily EV tasks
1. activating AD users/groups by typing the name
2. Eventlog Warning comon mistakes (green red) + solution
3. Errors/not provisioned Users/Pending Items. (green/yellow/red)
4. migrate PST to user.
5. Most Important information of a User X.
6. Fragmentation Warning of EV databases (EV Status seems inaccurate, green/red)
and a few other things...