READ before starting the Installation of Email Archiver for Microsoft HyperV Required disk space for Compressed Email Archiver Virtual Machine Image
The email archiver image zip (compressed) file is approximately 2 GB
The extracted image is approximately 15 GB
Please select a server which has 20 GB of free space and it is accessible from you MS HyperV environment
Required Hardware for Email Archiver Image
Orca 500 – CPU: 2, Memory 8 GB, Hard drive: 600 GB
Orca 1000 – CPU: 4, Memory 16GB, Hard drive: 1100 GB
Orca 2000 – CPU: 6, Memory 16GB minimum, Hard drive: 2100 GB
NOTE: You can modify the CPU and Memory after the virtual machine is installed
Copy the compressed file to a local folder that is accessible to the Hyper-V system.
Right click the .zip file and expand the contents.
From the Hyper-V Manager, right click the Server name and Import Virtual Machine.
Select the folder location and click Next
Select the Virtual Machine and click Next
Choose Import Type – Copy the virtual machine (create a new unique ID), then click Next
Choose Folders for Virtual Machine Files (per customer preference), then click Next
Choose Folders to Store Virtual Hard Disks (per customer preference), then click Next
Completing Import Wizard, review the settings, then click Finish
NOTE This will now copy the virtual files to Hyper-V. This will take several minutes to finish.
After the Virtual Machine is set up, right click on the instance and select Settings
Settings for Orca-HV-xxx:
Click Add Hardware from left menu
select Legacy Network Adapter
and click Add
For your Legacy Network Adapter:
select the Virtual switch for your network
then click Apply
and click OK
You are now ready to start your Virtual Email Archiver!
After you have started your Virtual Orca, you will need to ensure that the MAC address does not change on your system. After the setup is complete, it is recommended to do the following procedure: Shut down the Virtual Orca using the Orca command prompt
log into Orca command line interface. (see email for user id and password)
Select “7) Power Control (Reboot/Shutdown)” from menu
Confirm Shutdown option
After you have turned-off your Virtual Orca:
Right click the Orca-HV-xxx VM
Then select Settings
Expand the Legacy Network Adapter by clicking the ‘+’ next to the Legacy Network Adapter
Then click on Advanced Features
Change the MAC address settings from Dynamic to Static, then click apply, then OK.
Go to the console tab of Orca virtual machine. Login to the Orca console using the username (login as): enterkey and the password: enterkey
Enter the product key. You can find the product key in the initial email. Press “Enter,” You can now close the console.
Congratulations! Your Orca is now up and running. Next,register your Orca