Listed below are the prerequisites for installing C2C products.

Environment

  • ArchiveOne Enterprise/Express supports Windows Active Directory operating in 2000 mode or higher.
  • The installation user must be:
    • Domain Admin
    • Exchange Admin
    • Have rights to create mail-enabled users and security groups in the domain  (a service account and global security group will be created during the install)
    • Be able to grant log on as service rights
  • ArchiveOne Enterprise/Express is supported in a virtualized environment (VMware and HyperV).
  • SQL Express 2008 R2 will be installed for additional feature functionality by default, if you choose to use an existing instance you will be asked for the instance name and the installation will require a system admin level logon account and password for that instance.
  • The ArchiveOne server should never have had Outlook installed on it.

ArchiveOne Server

  • Windows 2003, 2008, 2008 R2 or 2012. All latest SP’s and critical fixes/updates
  • IIS 6.0 or higher (If 7 or higher must have 6.0 Compatibility tools installed) and Management Scripting tools
  • Latest MAPI CDO from Microsoft (available here: Microsoft Exchange Server MAPI Client and Collaboration Data Objects 1.2.1 May 2013 Update)
  • PowerShell v2.0
  • ASP.NET v3.5.1
  • 2GB of available RAM, Pentium Core 2 Duo 2Ghz Processor (minimum)
  • 4GB of RAM, Pentium Core 2 Duo 2Ghz Processor (recommended)

Environment

  • ArchiveOne Enterprise/Express supports Windows Active Directory operating in 2000 mode or higher.
  • The installation user must be:
    • Domain Admin
    • Exchange Admin
    • Have rights to create mail-enabled users and security groups in the domain  (a service account and global security group will be created during the install)
    • Be able to grant log on as service rights
  • ArchiveOne Enterprise/Express is supported in a virtualized environment (VMware and HyperV).
  • SQL Express 2008 R2 will be installed for additional feature functionality by default, if you choose to use an existing instance you will be asked for the instance name and the installation will require a system admin level logon account and password for that instance.
  • The ArchiveOne server should never have had Outlook installed on it.

Server

  • Windows 2003, 2008, 2008 R2 or 2012. All latest SP’s and critical fixes/updates
  • IIS 6.0 or higher (If 7 or higher must have 6.0 Compatibility tools installed) and Management Scripting tools
  • Latest MAPI CDO from Microsoft (available here: Microsoft Exchange Server MAPI Client and Collaboration Data Objects 1.2.1 May 2013 Update)
  • Exchange 2007 Management tools
  • ASP.NET v3.5.1
  • 2GB of available RAM, Pentium Core 2 Duo 2Ghz Processor (minimum)
  • 4GB of RAM, Pentium Core 2 Duo 2Ghz Processor (recommended)

Environment

  • ArchiveOne Enterprise/Express supports Windows Active Directory operating in 2000 mode or higher.
  • The installation user must be:
    • Domain Admin
    • Exchange Admin
    • Have rights to create mail-enabled users and security groups in the domain  (a service account and global security group will be created during the install)
    • Be able to grant log on as service rights
  • ArchiveOne Enterprise/Express is supported in a virtualized environment (VMware and HyperV).
  • SQL Express 2008 R2 will be installed for additional feature functionality by default, if you choose to use an existing instance you will be asked for the instance name and the installation will require a system admin level logon account and password for that instance.
  • The ArchiveOne server should never have had Outlook installed on it.

Server

  • Windows 2003, 2008, 2008 R2 or 2012. All latest SP’s and critical fixes/updates
  • IIS 6.0 or higher (If 7 or higher must have 6.0 Compatibility tools installed) and Management Scripting tools
  • Latest MAPI CDO from Microsoft (available here: Microsoft Exchange Server MAPI Client and Collaboration Data Objects 1.2.1 May 2013 Update)
  • ASP.NET v3.5.1
  • 2GB of available RAM, Pentium Core 2 Duo 2Ghz Processor (minimum)
  • 4GB of RAM, Pentium Core 2 Duo 2Ghz Processor (recommended)

For Exchange 2003 installs you MUST create the service account prior to the installation of ArchiveOne as the Latest MAPI CDO is not compatible with Exchange 2003 Management tools.

Service Account Requirements

  • Mail- Enabled NT User in the same domain as Exchange
  • Exchange Rights
    • Send As,  Receive As  and  Administer Store on Mail and  Public Folder Stores
  • NTFS permissions
    • Local Admin on ArchiveOne  and Exchange Servers
    • Full Share and Security permissions on the ‘Add-ins’ Share  (located on the ArchiveOne Server)
  • Full Permissions over the location where the ArchiveOne Repositories will reside
  • Logon As Service rights

Server (Minimum Specification).

  • Dual Core (2GHz) Processor
  • 1GB Ram
  • Windows 2003, 2008 or 2008 R2
  • .NET Runtime 3.5 SP1

Server (Recommended Specification).

  • Quad Core 2.5GHz Processor
  • 2GB Ram
  • Windows 2003, 2008 or 2008 R2
  • .NET Runtime 3.5 SP1

Note: ArchiveOne for Files requires drives to be formatted with NTFS for correct operation.

Hardware Requirements: Server

  • Dual Core 2GHz Processor
  • 2GB RAM
  • 50GB Hard Disk (including the SQL Express install and storage)

Hardware Requirements: Client

  • 1Ghz Processor
  • 256MB RAM
  • 1GB Hard Disk (temp storage for the application)

Software Requirements: Server

  • Windows 2008, 2008 R2 or 2012 with the .Net Framework 3.5 SP1 feature and the Web Server (IIS) role enabled.
  • SQL Server 2008 (Express or Full), SQL Server 2008 R2 (Express or Full), SQL Server 2012 (Express or Full). Note: SQL Server 2008 R2 Express can optionally be installed by the PST Enterprise installer

Software Requirements: Client

  • Windows XP, Windows Vista or Windows 7
  • Outlook 2000, Outlook 2002/XP, Outlook 2003, Outlook 2007, Outlook 2010 32bit or Outlook 2010 64bit. Note: Running the client on a file server will require that a supported version of Outlook is installed on that server)

Environment

  • MaX Compression Server supports Windows Active Directory operating in 2000 mode or higher.
  • The installation user must be:
    • Domain Admin
    • Exchange Admin
    • Have rights to create mail-enabled users and security groups in the domain  (a service account and global security group will be created during the install)
    • Be able to grant log on as service rights
  • MaX Compression Server is supported in a virtualized environment (VMware and HyperV).
  • The MaX Compression Server should never have had Outlook installed on it.

MaX Compression Server

  • Windows 2003, 2008 or 2008 R2. All latest SP’s and critical fixes/updates
  • IIS 6.0 or higher (If 7 or higher must have 6.0 Compatibility tools installed) and Management Scripting tools
  • Latest MAPI CDO from Microsoft (available here: Microsoft Exchange Server MAPI Client and Collaboration Data Objects 1.2.1 May 2013 Update)
  • PowerShell v2.0
  • ASP.NET v3.5.1
  • 2GB of available RAM, Pentium Core 2 Duo 2Ghz Processor (minimum)
  • 4GB of RAM, Pentium Core 2 Duo 2Ghz Processor (recommended)

Environment

  • MaX Compression Server supports Windows Active Directory operating in 2000 mode or higher.
  • The installation user must be:
    • Domain Admin
    • Exchange Admin
    • Have rights to create mail-enabled users and security groups in the domain  (a service account and global security group will be created during the install)
    • Be able to grant log on as service rights
  • MaX Compression Server is supported in a virtualized environment (VMware and HyperV).
  • The MaX Compression Server should never have had Outlook installed on it.

MaX Compression Server

  • Windows 2003, 2008 or 2008 R2. All latest SP’s and critical fixes/updates
  • IIS 6.0 or higher (If 7 or higher must have 6.0 Compatibility tools installed) and Management Scripting tools
  • Latest MAPI CDO from Microsoft (available here: Microsoft Exchange Server MAPI Client and Collaboration Data Objects 1.2.1 May 2013 Update)
  • PowerShell v2.0
  • ASP.NET v3.5.1
  • 2GB of available RAM, Pentium Core 2 Duo 2Ghz Processor (minimum)
  • 4GB of RAM, Pentium Core 2 Duo 2Ghz Processor (recommended)

Environment

  • MaX Compression Server supports Windows Active Directory operating in 2000 mode or higher.
  • The installation user must be:
    • Domain Admin
    • Exchange Admin
    • Have rights to create mail-enabled users and security groups in the domain  (a service account and global security group will be created during the install)
    • Be able to grant log on as service rights
  • MaX Compression Server is supported in a virtualized environment (VMware and HyperV).
  • The MaX Compression Server should never have had Outlook installed on it.

Server

For Exchange 2003 installs you MUST create the service account prior to the installation of MaX Compression Server as the Latest MAPI CDO is not compatible with Exchange 2003 Management tools.

Service Account Requirements

  • Mail- Enabled NT User in the same domain as Exchange
  • Exchange Rights
    • Send As,  Receive As  and  Administer Store on Mail and  Public Folder Stores
  • NTFS permissions
    • Local Admin on ArchiveOne  and Exchange Servers
    • Full Share and Security permissions on the ‘Add-ins’ Share  (located on the MaX Compression Server)
  • Logon As Service rights

Access Security Manager can run on any PC that is running:

  • Windows 2000 or later with the latest service packs.
  • Outlook 2000 or later, configured to connect to an Exchange server.

Access Security Manager will process Exchange 5.5 data, but this is not a supported configuration as Exchange 5.5 is no longer supported by Microsoft. Therefore Access Security Manager is only supported processing Exchange 2000 or later, on the latest service packs.

Before running Access Security Manager, you should log in as a user who has high administrative rights on Exchange. You will only be able to see or change the same permissions using Access Security Manager as the user you are logged in as has rights to see or change. In order for a user to search all rights on a group of Exchange mailboxes, the user needs at least:

  • To be a member of the ‘Domain users’ group of all domains that contain users who own mailboxes – this gives it sufficient rights to read AD permissions
  • To have at least the ‘Exchange administrator’ role (as set by the Exchange Delegation Wizard) on the Exchange stores containing the mailboxes to be searched – this gives it sufficient rights to read mailbox folder permissions
APPLIES TO : ArchiveOne Enterprise, ArchiveOne Express
VERSION : All
REVIEWED : DM