I know this isn't necessarily an EVault problem, but I'm hoping that some of you have Windows 2012R2 File Servers in your environment and might have a tip for me. :)
When I look at placeholder files, I'm used to seeing that awesome X in Windows 2008R2, now when I look at a 2012 File server, they look like every other file. I can send a screenshot if necessary, I'm sure you all know what I mean.
Is there anything I can do to graphically separate a placeholder file from a normal one?
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Was the data migrated and possibly recalled? If you get Properties on some of the items that should be archived what is the Size on Disk? On 2012 locally I see the X if I use UNC (\\server\Group Shares) but do not see the X if I use E:\FileShares\Group Shares\ as Andrew mentioned.