Use thesection that is under the main section for most of the main Dashboard administrative configuration tasks, including:
General: Configre global settings such as the portal site name and the virtual host and mail domain.
Authentication: Configure user authentication and connection methods, such as LDAP and single sign-on. Because users are loaded from the Operations Center server, do NOT change the default authentication method.
Users: Configure the following:
Default assignments to sites, user roles, and user groups
Reserved screen names and e-mail addresses
Mail Host Names: Configure additional domains for sending email messages related to certain portlets. For example, the login portlet allows users to request an account.
Email Notifications: Configure email notifications for certain events, such as user registrations and password changes.
Display Settings: Configure the default portal language and time zone (by default, these are set to English (United States) and GMT, respectively).
The following sections describe how to configure the Dashboard using the Control Panel:
To update main dashboard configurations:
From the Control Panel, under, select .
Use the links that are available in the Section 3.2, Updating Dashboard Administrative Configurations.section to update settings as required. For more information about the settings you can configure, see
IMPORTANT:Setting the Section D.2.1, No Such LayoutSet Exception.can cause warnings to appear in the trace logs. For more information, see
Clickto save all updated settings.