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Archiving Server

In Office Communications Server 2007 R2, you have the following options when you right-click an Archiving Server in the console tree:

  • Start. Starts the Office Communications Server Archiving Server.

  • Stop. Stops the Office Communications Server Archiving Server.

  • Logging Tool. Invokes an Office Communications Server debugging session.

  • Deactivate. Starts the Deactivation Wizard to deactivate the Archiving Server so that it can no longer be used by any pools.

  • Properties. Opens the property pages for the server.

In the results pane, you can do the following:

  • Use the Status tab to view the status of specific settings configured for the Archiving Server, including the general settings and settings for archiving.

  • Use the Event Log tab to configure event log filtering and to view event records.

  • Use the Performance tab to view the performance of the server.

  • Use the Resources tab to access documentation and other resources for Office Communications Server 2007 R2.

In Available Tasks in the action pane, you can do the following:

  • Use Deactivate to start the Deactivation Wizard to deactivate the Archiving Server.

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If the Archiving service is not configured to start automatically or if the Archiving Server is stopped, you can start it manually.


If you experience trouble with the server or if you make configuration changes that require you to restart the service, you can stop the Archiving Server and then start it again.

Note: If archiving was configured as a critical service at the time that it was stopped, you will have to reconfigure it as noncritical before you can restart the service again.


If you want to remove an Archiving Server from your Office Communications Server environment, you must first deactivate the Archiving Server. The deactivation process disassociates any service accounts that were affiliated with the Archiving Server upon activation. The deactivation process also removes the server's entries in Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS) so that the server can no longer be used by the pool.

For details about managing Archiving Servers, see the Operations section of the Office Communications Server Technical Library.

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