Retention policies are part of messaging records management (MRM) technology available with Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 accounts.
MRM makes it easier to keep messages that are needed to comply with organization policy, government regulations, or legal needs, and to remove content that no longer has legal or business value.
However, automatically running setup can be unchecked at the time of extracting the driver file.
The Assign Policy command is missing on the ribbon.
If the Assign Policy command is missing on the ribbon, either your Exchange Server administrator hasn’t enabled retention and archive policies for your account, or you aren’t using an Outlook license required for the feature.
The directory these driver are extracted to will have a similar name to the Colorado 9600 USB model that was downloaded for example c: Colorado 9600 USB.
The setup program will also automatically begin running after extraction.
The retention policy for a message appears in the header in the Reading Pane under the recipient names and includes the expiration date.
If no retention policy is applied, no information appears under the message recipient names.However, your organization might provide additional optional retention policies that don’t appear by default.If additional retention policies are available, do the following to add them to the available choices that you see when you are applying policies.to Verify it has been upgraded If you have Customer LDAP filters the blog would help you to understand things even more better. The Intex USB 4 port hub driver has been listed below. If you are having problems then extract the file and Right Click on.If the Policy command is missing on the ribbon, either your Exchange Server administrator hasn’t enabled retention policies for your account, or you aren’t using an Outlook license required for the feature.