1. Copy all the jar files included in this zip to the plugin directory:
e.g. on unix systems: /usr/local/catdvServer/plugins
e.g. on Windows: C:\Program Files (x86)\Square Box\CatDV Server\plugins
*NB – if you already have catdvplugin.jar you don’t need to overwrite it.

2. Set server properties required by the plugin:
a. Open ‘Server Config’ from the control panel
b. Enter required properties into the CatDV Server tab, ‘Other’ field.
See ‘Plugin server properties’ below.
c. Enter optional properties if desired.
See ‘Plugin server properties’ below.

3. Restart the CatDV server from the control panel

4. Open the CatDV client (or log the client back in to the server)

5. Configure the parameters to access Azure Cloud:
In the client, run Tools->Manage Azure Archive Service, enter account name,
account key and container name and click ‘save and start’. If the values
entered are valid and a connection to Azure Cloud can be established, the
archive service will start up automatically.
The service status can be monitored on the management and job queue screens.
*NB – If you don’t already have an Azure Cloud account or you don’t know the
access keys see ‘Azure Cloud setup’ for details of how to set them up.

6. Verify the service setup:
In the client, run Tools->Manage Azure Archive Service again. The service
status should be ‘Running (online)’. The status may be ‘Running (offline)’ if
Azure Cloud is not currently accessible.