EAP

Administrative control over your networked enterprise

The Enterprise Administration Panel (EAP) provides complete administrative control over your networked enterprise environment. It is your chalked full of powerful features to help administrators manage configuration, membership and provisioning.

Enterprise Administration Panel (EAP)

The EAP is the control center for your Networked Enterprise. This panel can be accessed from the Control Panel by your Enterprise Administrators. Within the EAP, your Enterprise Administrators have the ability to centrally control, manage and update your networked enterprise configuration.

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Key Features

1. Overview of the networked enterprise

  • View networked enterprise limits (e.g. data storage, user limits, # of spaces)
  • Search for members across the network
  • Find a spoke within the network
  • Manage who is an Enterprise Administrator

2. Manage hub and spoke site settings

  • Modify the name or URL of a site
  • Mark a site as a template so its structure and content (optional) can be reused to easily create new sites that serve a similar purpose
  • Toggle what languages and features are available on a site (e.g. profile editing, moderation, etc.)
  • Set site limits (e.g. user, spaces, and storage)
  • Configure the authentication settings of a site

3. Create and delete spoke sites

  • Create new spoke sites from an existing template
  • Give new spokes sites a name and URL
  • Delete unused spoke sites

Note: We recommend migrating all desired content off a spoke before it is deleted. Once a spoke is deleted, all of its content is lost.

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  1. Group management between the hub and spoke sites
  2. Permission management between the hub and spoke sites
  3. Synchronize users between spoke sites
  4. Revoke users from the hub site without impacting their spoke membership
  5. Search across multiple spoke sites
  6. Cross-site publishing between hub and spoke sites
  7. Add navigational items in the hub from spoke sites
  8. Move content from the hub to a spoke, or spoke to spoke

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