In today’s blog post we will explain a few lessons around WebSphere Portal and Web Content Manager Administration:
The goal of this white paper is to explain the various administration and configuration tools offered by IBM WebSphere Portal 8.0. Learn about which tool to use for which task and about the new capabilities of WebSphere Portal 8.0, and understand differences from previous versions of WebSphere Portal. We take you through exercises for each tool so you can learn hands-on how to use them.In this white paperIntroductionWhat is WebSphere Portal?Installing WebSphere PortalUnderstanding the WebSphere Portal file system structureInstalling the latest Combined Cumulative FixCommand line toolsAdministration user interface: Admin portletsWAS Admin user interfaceConclusionResourcesAuthor biography
After creating users and groups, you can assign them different levels of access to specific resources, roles, and policies. This access controls what actions they can perform on various pages, portlets, and applications.
Description of delegated administration and policy
This topic describes the delegation of access control administration and policy, and gives an example of the delegated administrative policy.
WebSphere Portal supports delegated access control administration. An administrator is a user who is authorized to modify the access control configuration by changing role assignments and creating or deleting role blocks. Administrators can delegate specific subsets of their administrative privileges to other users or groups. These users or groups can in turn delegate subsets of their privileges to additional users and groups. The delegated administration policy determines how users are permitted to delegate their privileges.
The Lotus Notes 8.5.3 preview guide is available for you to distribute to your users for new installations and upgrades to Lotus Notes. This guide is designed to help your users become productive on the new software quickly, and to provide them with links to documentation resources for further help.
The guide provides the following information for this release:
Overview of several new features
Important changes from the previous release
Links to product tours, reference cards, and product documentation
A few key productivity tips
The goal of this white paper is to explain the various administration and configuration tools offered by IBM WebSphere® Portal. Learn which tool to use for which task and about the new capabilities of WebSphere Portal 6.1.5, and understand differences from previous versions of WebSphere Portal. We take you through exercises for each tool so you can learn hands-on how to use the different tools.
IBM® Lotus® Connections 2.5 offers many security configuration options; some are enabled by default, while many can be configured by an administrator. This document describes the various options, how they are delivered by default, and why you might want to change them.