Process Data Locations

  1. On the MediaThe medium (hard drive, DVD, network share, etc.) associated with the delivery. tab, click Create and Process DataComprises documents, numbers, files, emails, and any other information stored on a digital device. In eCapture, refers to the electronic files that are discovered and processed. Locations.

  2. If you are not already connected to a Copy Station, you will need to connect the media received in your shipment to an available Copy StationThe devices in your network from which incoming media will be copied, such as computer and server hard drives (internal and external).. See Manage Copy Stations for more information.

    1. In the Data Source Status pane, choose a Copy Station. The available drives display to the right.

    2. Click Connect on the selected drive.

  3. Important: If the serial number that is read from the connected drive differs from the data that we entered in when registering the media, a warning message displays.

  4. Complete Steps 1 - 3 (a green checkmark displays next to each step when it is complete.):

    Step 1: Select Paths

    1. Click Scan to scan the selected drive.

    2. Select the directories you want to process.

    3. Click [Root] to drill-down and select the subdirectories you want to process.

    4. Click Next.

    Step 2: Configure Job

    1. From the Select Case drop-down list, select the case into which you want to process the data.

    2. Select the Auto Start Discovery JobIn eCapture, a single directory is chosen to run the discovery job from in order to determine file types. During the discovery process, the MD5 hash for files (sans container files) are calculated and indexing occurs. checkbox.

    3. Select the type of discovery: StreamingThe process of automatically copying, processing, filtering and loading data into review systems. DiscoveryProcess used to determine file type(s) to later be processed. The process of making data known to the eCapture system and assigning an index value to this data. or Standard Discovery.

    4. Click Next.

    Step 3: Configure Data Locations & Process Data

    1. Select a CustodianIn eDiscovery, the data custodian is usually the person responsible for, or the person with administrative control over, granting access to an organization's documents or electronic files while protecting the data as defined by the organization's security policy or its standard IT practices. or click to create a new custodian.

    2. Select the Source Type of the media.

    3. Click Process. The data is pushed into review using the type of discovery