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LIVE EDA (fka assess ][ Hold) Terminology

Susanne Strong



By Brittany Thaler, ACP eDiscovery 

New to LIVE EDA? Hearing terms you aren’t quite familiar with? With each stop on the EDRM & IGRM new terms are bound to pop-up.  Let us help you with some you may hear on your application learning journey:  

  • Agent - A program that contains the framework and user code to manage resources. 

  • CASClient Access ServerClient Access Server provides authentication, proxy, and limited redirection services, and offers all the usual client access protocols: HTTP, POP, IMAP, and SMTP. CAS is a thin and stateless server that does not do any data rendering. There is never anything queued or stored on the CAS. 

  • Crawler - A job that indexes information from specified storage locations. The gathered information is sent to the index for search purposes. 

  • Impersonation Rights - If a live account needs to be controlled by multiple users, impersonation rights can be granted via Outlook. From here, the users will have access to the associated archives. 

  • ILM Information Lifecycle Management, as applied to grooming and deletion policies and jobs. The job is called Information Life Management in IPRO 

  • Proxy access- Having full access to the archives. Proxy access can be given by granting the user impersonation rights and access to the entire mailbox or directly to the archives through IPRO. Proxy access can be granted to individuals and to groups. 

  • NAS - Networked-Attached Storage a file-level computer data storage server connected to a computer network that provides data access to a heterogeneous group of clients. NAS removes the responsibility of file serving from other servers on the network. They typically provide access to files using network file sharing protocols. 

  • ZooKeeper- A centralized service for maintaining configuration information, naming, providing distributed synchronization, and providing group services. 

Check out the Review User Glossary page in our Help Center for more terminology 

Just as the Learning Experience Team has your back with our Blog series, we now have Tech Tip Tuesday! A short, concise Tech Tip that can get you back on track.  Drop us a line at training@iprotech.com with Tech Tips and guidance you would like to see. 



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