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We found too late an issue with the Help guidance for the ASP Status Check.
There is an unnecessary space in the following advice for:
ASPX file failed to run at URL: "http://localhost/TestASP/TestASPNet.aspx". The test ASPX did not run properly. Re-register the ASP.Net filters. At the command line, enter:c:\windows\microsoft.net\framework\v4.0.30319\aspnet_regiis -i -enable.
A common request is the ability to delete users from the Vault once they have left the company. Vault, won't allow users to be deleted to retain historical information. Once a user has left the company the user can be disabled from within the User Management control within the Vault client itself or the ADMS Console. This prevents the user from accessing any Vault database.
A concern in larger implementations is that the User Management grid will become long and unmanageable.
One suggestion would be to
Untick the "Enable user"
Edit the User Name to be preceded by "zzz_"
Click the User Name column header to sort Ascending Alphabetically.
We are happy to report that today the Autodesk Vault Sizing Guide is live on IBM’s website! This tool uses details about customer’s environment in conjunction with software performance metrics to create specific hardware recommendations.
Once the Cluster is configured (Using an edition of SQL that supports clustering) and the SQL AUTODESKVAULT instance has been pre-installed and configured as per the Advanced Configuration Guide, then you would install Vault Server using the Remote SQL option and point it to the clustered SQL instance.
Ultimately Vault does not know or care if the SQL Instance is clustered or not, it cannot tell the difference.
(Note, remote SQL is only supported in Vault Collaboration and Vault Professional)
If you click the link in the dialogue box, there are a number of solutions. However you also need to make sure that IIS was installed correctly in the first place. So refer to the Advance Configuraiton Guide for all the roles that should be installed for Internet Information Services. Then re-try the Vault installation.