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Dirk Rödl
organization and community issues
July 23, 2009 6:58 AM
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Dirk Rödl

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Hi Experts,

I installed and configured liferay 5.2.3 on a Fedora 11.

I configured one organization where all users(about 40) can login with ldap as authentication. This works well.
I disabled the public-pages of all users. There is no community, I also deactivated the guest community.


My Problem now is, that user "a" can't access the private pages of user "b" and vice versa. I created a usergroup with these two users and created a public and a private page for this group. But the users of this group can't see or access the pages.

thanks in advance

Dirk
Lisa Simpson
RE: organization and community issues
July 23, 2009 9:30 AM
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Lisa Simpson

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Private pages are just that - private to that user. You might look at turning on the "public" pages and making them not viewable by Guest.
Dirk Rödl
RE: organization and community issues
July 24, 2009 12:04 AM
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Dirk Rödl

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Hi

this would be the perfect solution. Because at the moment the public pages really public, they are visible for the whole internet.

I need public pages which are only viewable for authenticated user (ldap) . At the moment only the public pages of the organization are visible for authenticated user (ldap).

Does anybody know how to configure this ?

thanks in advance

Dirk
Oliver Bayer
RE: organization and community issues
July 24, 2009 12:54 AM
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Oliver Bayer

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Hi,

in the "manage-pages"-section of a user with private/public pages you can remove the "view" right of the public pages from the guest user. So if a guest user (= unauthenticated user) tries to access the public page of a user via url he is redirected to the login page of your portal.

Greets Oli
Dirk Rödl
RE: organization and community issues
July 24, 2009 4:31 AM
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Dirk Rödl

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Hi oli,

thanks, this is it.

But if a user creates a new public page he get's again the view right for the guest user. That's my problem, if we're going live I can't control all public pages of about 40 colleques.

I need a default configuration or a default role set where I can set the right for my needs.

thanks in advance

Dirk
Bernardo Riveira Faraldo
RE: organization and community issues
July 24, 2009 4:52 AM
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Bernardo Riveira Faraldo

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this may be of no use for you, but we managed to hide all public pages using CAS as single-sign on (configured for LDAP users also). With CAS, you can protect specific URLs (we protected almost the whole site) so without logging in, users can't view pages.