Review the following before you begin an Enterprise Vault restore.
When you restore an Enterprise Vault installation, you should restore the Directory database in a separate restore job. After you successfully restore the Directory database, you can restore other Enterprise Vault components and partitions.
You can individually restore Enterprise Vault components such as the Directory and Monitoring databases, vault store databases, indexes, and partitions. Before you begin the restore, these components must exist on the destination Enterprise Vault server. If they do not exist, you must create them by using Enterprise Vault before you begin the restore job.
Symantec recommends that you use the Enterprise Vault service account or an account with rights to access the restore selections as the default logon account. Otherwise, you may have to enter proper credentials for each Enterprise Vault resource that you select for restore.
After you restore Enterprise Vault, you may need to run Enterprise Vault recovery tools. The recovery tools are used to re-synchronize Enterprise Vault with the newly restored databases after you complete the restore.
Before you restore Enterprise Vault sites, servers or other components, you should have the following items installed on the destination computer: