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CREW v. Executive Office of the President – Report Numbered Footnotes: 211.1, 211.2, 212-EOP 172-83

CREW v. Executive Office of the President – Report Numbered Footnotes: 211.1, 211.2, 212-EOP 172-83

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On September 25, 2007 Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington (CREW) filed a lawsuit against the Executive Office of the President, the Office of Administration and the National Archives and Records Administration in the District Court for the District of Columbia. CREW's action challenges as contrary to law those parties' knowing failure to recover, restore, and preserve millions of electronic communications created and/or received within the White House. The lawsuit stems from the millions of e-mails that were improperly deleted from White House servers and exist on back-up tapes, if at all.; FOIA Request: CREW versus EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT ET AL (Lawsuit); Holder of Document: CREW; Producing Agency: Executive Office of the President;
On September 25, 2007 Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington (CREW) filed a lawsuit against the Executive Office of the President, the Office of Administration and the National Archives and Records Administration in the District Court for the District of Columbia. CREW's action challenges as contrary to law those parties' knowing failure to recover, restore, and preserve millions of electronic communications created and/or received within the White House. The lawsuit stems from the millions of e-mails that were improperly deleted from White House servers and exist on back-up tapes, if at all.; FOIA Request: CREW versus EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT ET AL (Lawsuit); Holder of Document: CREW; Producing Agency: Executive Office of the President;

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EIViKIL~TENDER
ENTERPRISE SOLUTION DESIGN
VERSION
OCTOBER
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EOP0000172SENSITIVE
 
Table of Contents
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8.
8.1
Document Control
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Document Approval .........................
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Approvers ................
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Customer ~pprovers .........................................................
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Purpose of This Document.,.. ...........
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Engagement Logistics ..............................................................................
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5.1
Participants ................................................................................
: ...............
6
"Executive Summary ...........................................................................................
7
6.1
Findings Highlights ....................................................................................
7
6.2
Recommendations Highlights .....................................................................
6.3
Out of Scope Recommendation Highlights .......................
: .........................
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Project Objectives ..............................................................................................
8
Business Objectives ............................................................................
9
General Solution Description ....................................................
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13
Enx, ir onment Description .........................................................................
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8.1.1
Lab Environmen~ ..................................................
8.1.2Staging En~-Lronment .........................~ .............................................
15
8.1.3
Production Env[r6nment ..................................................................
8.1.4
Change Management Policies .......................................................
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8. ! .S
Tes.t and Acceptance Plan (TAP) ........
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8.1.6
System Sizing ...........................
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8.2
Security and Compliance
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8.2.1
Authentication ..., .............................................................................
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8.2.2
Authorization ...........
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8.2.3
En~tion ............................
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8.2.4
Firewalls ..........................................................................................
18
8.2.5
Audit Requirements .........................................................................
10
8.2.6
Audit Reporting ................................................................................
19
8,2.7
Roqufi:ed EmailXtender Accounts and Permi~s!ons ...............
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8.3
Storage Utilization
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8.4
Using EMCDiskXtendez .................................
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9. Solution Functionality Deployment. ....................................................
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9. ]
Archive Folders and Retention ..................................................................
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9.2
Rules Processing .........
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9.3
Shortcutting Email ......................................
: ..................................9.4Historical PST/NSF IngestiOn ....................................................................
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9.~
Deleting Mail ~rom the/~rchive ................................................................
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Technical Solution Description .........................................................................
24
! 0. l Network Infrastructure .............................................................................
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] 0.1. ]"
Wide ]~rea :Netwo~rk .........................................................................
24
] 0.1.2
Local Area Iqetwork .........................................................................
24
10.2 . High Availability/Disaster Recovery ........................................................
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10.2.1
Disaster Recovery Logical Design ...................................................
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10.2,2Disaster Recovery Physice3 Design ........................................
: ........
26
10.Z.3
Disaster Recovery Failover/Failback P~ocesses ..............................
26
10.3 Enterpxise Storage ...................................................................................
26
10.3. l
Storage Logical Design Diagram .....................................................
26
10.3.2
Disaster Recovery Time Objectives (~TOs)
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10.4 Database Design ...........................................................................
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’10.4.1 " Microsofto~Serve~Cenfigu~a-tion..~ .......
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10.5 Journaling Requkaments ...........
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.f~.uti-vfirus Softwa.Te
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] 0.7 BacI~p Requirements
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10.Y,1
Emai~tendez General Server Backup .............................................
30
!0.7.2Em~lXtender License Se~’ver Bacl~p .............................................
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Regist~ Ke~ Values Backup
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30
10.7.4
Disl~tender Configuration Baakup .................................................
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10.7.6
Di~kXtender Pile Metadata Backup
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~em Partition and System State Backup ,... ............................
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Backup..
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MSMQ Baekup...,~. ........................................
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10.8 Application Management
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10,8.1
System Mon~to~mg
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Proje’ct Documentation
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Product ~aining Req-ukements .......................................................................
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Definitions ........................................................................... .............................
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Adclendums ...................................................................................................
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EMC E~ailXtenderSizin S ~adsheet .....................
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14,2
Disaster Recovery Using
EmailXtender 4.81 SP 1 Best Practices Guide
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14,3EmailXtender Requked Poxes ......................................................
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] 4.4
Disk SLoe and RA~D Requkements ............................................................
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