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Vault service account - Enterprise Vault 9

lukassc
Level 5
Partner

HI!

I have a question regarding the use of the VSA. Everytime I need to do something on the server, the guides said that we always need to use this account.

Well, we can't do that everytime we need to run some test, or configurations.

My question is, can I assign to another user the same permissions of the VSA?

Example:

  • Using the EVPM (need VSA).
  • Assign permissions (log on with the VSA).
  • Etc.

Thx to all!

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KarlW
Level 6
Employee

RBA will allow login and limited access to administration functions.  However EVPM needs to be run as the VSA (or same task account as the mailbox archiving task) as it logs in directly to Exchange and needs the permission to access any mailbox the script is targeting.

Thanks

Karl

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Rob_Wilcox1
Level 6
Partner

Have a look in the Admin Guide (I think) for Roles Based Administration.

 

That will allow you to create a selection of lesser-powered users for day to day tasks.

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chetan_k32
Level 4
Partner Accredited

HI,

please read the following links.

http://www.symantec.com/docs/TECH85347

http://www.symantec.com/docs/TECH76981

regards

Chetan

KarlW
Level 6
Employee

RBA will allow login and limited access to administration functions.  However EVPM needs to be run as the VSA (or same task account as the mailbox archiving task) as it logs in directly to Exchange and needs the permission to access any mailbox the script is targeting.

Thanks

Karl

Rob_Wilcox1
Level 6
Partner

Was anything else needed on this issue?  Can the original poster mark one of the posts as the solution, or if more help is needed then please ask.

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