Getting Started with Google Mail (Gmail) and Google Drive

Review each of the topics to get started with Gmail and Google Drive.

Step 1: Install the Commvault Package

If your backup administrator has not already installed the Commvault package, then you must install it.

For more information, see Installing the Commvault Package.

Step 2: Obtain Your User Credentials

Obtain the following information from your backup administrator:

  • Your Google enterprise account credentials with super admin role
  • The Command Center URL
  • Your Command Center user credentials
  • The data storage policy
  • The log storage policy
  • The command line storage policy

Step 3: Log on to the Command Center

Access the Command Center by using the URL that was displayed on the installation completion page, or that you received from your backup administrator.

Step 4: Register the Command Center

If you have not done so, register your Command Center.

Step 5: Configure Server with Cloud Apps Package

Install the Cloud Apps package on an on-premise server. This server acts as a proxy client to manage backup and restore operations of Gmail and Google Drive data.

To install the Cloud Apps package on a server, see Adding an Additional Server.

Note: The IMAP port of the computer with the Commvault package should be open at port 993.

Step 6: Configure Your Environment

Before running backup and restore of a user's mailbox and drive data, you are required to perform the following two tasks:

Step 7: Prepare for Your First Backup and Restore

  1. Configure a disk library as a storage target.
  2. Create a server plan.
  3. Manually discover user accounts to perform backup operation using the default subclient.

Step 8: Run Your First Backup and Restore

Step 9: What to Do Next

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