VMware VDP and exchange logs

Posted on 2014-10-29
Last Modified: 2014-10-29
Does anyone know if VMware VDP after doing a full backup, will truncate the exchange logs or does it just let the exchange maintenance do that?
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VDP Advanced is application Exchange aware, and will truncate/flush the logs.

These functions are performed by the VDP Advanced application Agent.

Administrators can set the job to truncate/flush the logs.

Do you have VDPA ?

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Yes I have VDPA but I did not see any settings for truncating the logs.. Does VDPA do this automatically?
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I guess you mean the exchange agent onto the exch server?
This I have done so I guess the logs will be truncated upon completion of the job correct?

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