how I can verify that mail accounts, incorporated in exchange, they are being analyzed by CA DLP r14.1?
There is no easy method that allows you to compare and contrast account synchronization between DLP and MS Exchange and without knowing your implementation, environment and business drivers this is a difficult to give a definitive answer, but I will offer some general guidance.
In order for CA DLP to apply policy there needs to be a corresponding user account in the CA DLP User Hierarchy populated with an email address(es) that match those in Exchange.
To verify that all accounts required are created you could execute a hierarchy import from LDAP in the domain your Exchange sever belongs in order to synchronize all the users in the domain with CA DLP. This can be actioned from the Account Import Wizard in the CA DLP Administration Console. If you don't want to run the full synch (for example if you have some other account import implementation) you can can review for new account creation and cross referenced against Exchange before proceeding with the actual import.
Once the hierarchy has been synched you can run Administration Searches form the Administration Console to locate users in the DLP Hierarchy to check that they are (a) present and (b) have been populated with email addresses. this can be manually checked against MS Exchange.
I Hope this has addresses your question.
Principle Support Engineer
Thanks Andrew for your answer. Then, in order to view new email accounts from MS Exchange into de CA DLP, necessary, apply a import process from LDAP.
This discovery to email accounts can be automatic or this process always is a ondemand process.
An account import can be executed from the command line and the appropriate syntax can be scheduled for execution. More information on the command line operations can be found in the CA Data protection product documentation. I have provided a link below:
Command Line Import Operations - CA Data Protection - 15.1 - CA Technologies Documentation
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