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Hide Domains in Compliance Search

By default, compliance officers can view data from all available domains from the Compliance Search page. You can use a qcommand operation to hide certain domains from view. Domains added to the hide list are not visible from the Compliance Search page.

  1. Log in to the Web Server machine.
  2. Open the Command Prompt window:
    1. Click Start.
    2. Type cmd, and then press Enter.
  3. At the command prompt, navigate to the <software installation path>\Base folder.
  4. Type qlogin, and then press Enter.
  5. Enter the login credentials of an administrator:
    1. Type the administrator user name, and then press Enter.
    2. Type the administrator password, and then press Enter.

      The password will not display in the command prompt window.

  6. Proceed as follows:

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    Hide a domain

    1. Run the following qscript:

      qoperation execscript -dbn DM2 -c WebServerClientName -sn UpdateSettingValue -si 'HIDE_COMPLIANCE_DOMAIN_LIST' -si 'domain1,domain2,...'

      where <WebServerClientName> is the name of the Web Server client as it appears in the CommCell console and <domain1>, <domain2> are the domain names you want to hide (comma-separated).

    2. Press Enter.

      After a few moments, the message Qscript Execution Succeeded! appears, indicating that the domains are hidden from Compliance Search.

    3. Proceed with step 7.

    Show a domain

    1. Run the following qscript:

      qoperation execscript -dbn DM2 -c WebServerClientName -sn UpdateSettingValue -si 'SHOW_COMPLIANCE_DOMAIN_LIST' -si 'domain1,domain2,...'

      where <WebServerClientName> is the name of the Web Server client as it appears in the CommCell console and <domain1>, <domain2> are the domain names you want to show (comma-separated).

    2. Press Enter.

      After a few moments, the message Qscript Execution Succeeded! appears, indicating that the domains are shown in Compliance Search.

    3. Proceed with step 7.

    Reset the hidden or shown domain lists

    1. Run the following qscript:

      qoperation execscript -dbn DM2 -c WebServerClientName -sn UpdateSettingValue -si '{SHOW_COMPLIANCE_DOMAIN_LIST|HIDE_COMPLIANCE_DOMAIN_LIST}' -si ''

      where <WebServerClientName> is the name of the Web Server client as it appears in the CommCell console.

    2. Press Enter.

      After a few moments, the message Qscript Execution Succeeded! appears, indicating that the list has been reset.

    3. Proceed with step 7.

      If a domain is added to both the SHOW_COMPLIANCE_DOMAIN_LIST and HIDE_COMPLIANCE_DOMAIN_LIST, the HIDE_COMPLIANCE_DOMAIN_LIST setting takes precedence and the domain will not be visible in Compliance Search.

  7. Restart Internet Information Services (IIS):
    1. At the command prompt, type iisreset.
    2. Press Enter.
  8. Close the Command Prompt window.
  9. Log into the computer where Compliance Search is installed and Stop Tomcat services:
    1. Click Start.
    2. Type view local services, and then press Enter.

      The Services window appears.

    3. In the list of Services (Local), right-click CommVault Tomcat Service (Instance001), and then select Stop.
  10. Delete the <installation directory>\Apache\work folder.
  11. Start Tomcat services:
    1. Open the Services window.
    2. In the list of Services (Local), right-click CommVault Tomcat Service (Instance001), and then select Start.
  12. Log in to the Compliance Search page to verify your changes.

 

Last modified: 7/2/2018 4:03:05 PM