Q) Some of the space is shared by Windows file servers as mounted drives. I assume that local agents can be installed on file servers and they will be able to scan mounted drives. Is it correct?
A) Yes, as long as the drive is truly mounted to the windows OS, and not merely mapped, you will be able to scan it with both local and remote windows agents.
Q) Documentation mentions configuring CAVA by installing some EMC software. Is this antivirus software?
A) CAVA is also referred to as an antivirus software for EMC, they are one in the same. You might find this article helpful: https://community.emc.com/docs/DOC-19755
Q) How should I select software to install? What are the factors to consider? Or do these contain some sort of core driver and any of those will do? (EMC® Celerra® Event Enabler (CEE) Framework, EMC VNX® Event Enabler (VEE) Framework, or the EMC Common Event Enabler (CEE) Framework)
A) This would also be a question you want to ask EMC. However we can offer the clarification that EMC’s Celerra & VNX are different “versions” of EMC and require different versions of the event enabler to operate. The event enablers have been named based on the EMC version they pertain to.
Q) What is a Data Mover?
A) A data mover is essentially a gateway to interact with NFS, and CIF protocol based devices. Clients can then request information about the data, that the mover is set to manage.
Q) Are CIFS shares supported?
A) Yes, we support EMC CIFS shares. DGE only supports CIFS shares (with NTFS file permissions) at this time.
Q) What activities can D1IM track for CIFS servers?
A) Here is the breakdown:
Those are all events that we can monitor.