Use this dialog box to configure options for the Browse, Search, and Recovery operations.
Show Aged Data during Browse and Recovery
When enabled, information associated with aged data in aged media will be viewable in browse operations (and subsequent restore operations) performed in the CommCell.
Do not enable this option for OnePass clients.
Disable Confirmation Message for Restore Jobs
When enabled, confirmation messages will no longer be displayed for restore jobs.
Automatically Switch Copy to Read Data from any Copy
When enabled, copy precedence automatically changes if the primary copy is unreachable.
Start End User restores in suspended state
When enabled, all end user restore jobs initiated from the Search Console will automatically start in a suspended state.
Start Compliance User restores in suspended state
When enabled, all compliance user restore jobs initiated from the Search Console will automatically start in a suspended state.
Recover Apple Resource Fork Data
Specifies whether to restore encoded Apple resource fork data to your non-Macintosh file system.
Default Web Server for Search
Displays the Web Server computers that can be associated to all client computers in the CommCell. All search operations of content indexed data will be processed by the selected Web Server.
Set commcell wide default page size to
Set the page size for all CommCell entities that you can restore, for example subclient, to the specified size. The number represents the number of objects that the software displays in the browse window.
Allow Point-in-Time for SQL across Cycles
When this option is enabled, the ability to restore data between cycles is allowed. Note that in order to restore in between cycles, the previous cycle must be restored first and the database must be left in no recovery or standby state. A new browse is required to show the next cycle. In this case, Skip Full Backup check box should be selected so that only log backups are applied to achieve the selected point-in-time.