Click File > New > Administration > Vault in the Desktop Client.
In the New Vault dialog box, type a Name and Description for the vault.
Do not use numbers for the leading characters of the vault name if you will be performing batch print, PDF generation, title block, or archive and purge operations on files in the vault. These operations fail if the name begins with numeric characters. For example, "Vault1001" is acceptable, but "1001Vault" is not.
Do not use spaces in the vault name.
Do not start the name of the vault with the letter combination "xml".
Complete the other fields as required.
Location in which the files are stored on the server.
Sub directory property expression
The name of the property of a file or related object used to name subdirectories when those files or related objects are added to the vault.
Name of the host for this vault. The host (web server) is where the vault is located.
Maximum file count
Maximum number of files to be stored in the vault. To specify no file limit, enter 0.
Click Finish to create the vault.
For objects to be stored in the vault, you may need to relate an interface to the vault for the type of object being added to the vault. For more information, see Force a class of object to a vault.