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Create a Classification Property

Applies To: Windows Server 2008 R2

Classification properties are used to assign values to files within a specified folder or volume. There are many property types that you can choose from, depending on your needs. The following table defines the available property types.

 

Property Description

Yes/No

A Boolean property that can be Yes or No. When combining multiple values during classification or from file content, a No value will be overridden by a Yes value.

Date-time

A simple date/time property. When combining multiple values during classification or from file content, conflicting values will prevent re-classification.

Number

A simple number property. When combining multiple values during classification or from file content, conflicting values will prevent re-classification.

Ordered List

A list of fixed values. Only one value can be assigned to a property at a time. When combining multiple values during classification or from file content, the value highest in the list will be used.

String

A simple string property. When combining multiple values during classification or from file content, conflicting values will prevent re-classification.

Multi-choice

A list of values that can be assigned to a property. More than one value can be assigned to a property at a time. When combining multiple values during classification or from file content, each value in the list will be used.

Multi-string

A list of strings that can be assigned to a property. More than one value can be assigned to a property at a time. When combining multiple values during classification or from file content, each value in the list will be used.

The following procedure guides you through the process of creating a classification property.

To create a classification property
  1. In Classification Management, click the Classification Properties node.

  2. Right-click Classification Properties, and then click Create property (or click Create property in the Actions pane). This opens the Classification Property Definitions dialog box.

  3. In the Property Name text box, type a name for the property.

  4. In the Description text box, add an optional description for the property.

  5. In the Property Type drop-down menu, select a property type from the list.

  6. Click OK.

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