We went in-depth through Social Office's Control Panel. Using the Control Panel, we learned how to manage users and roles. We also learned how to configure various server settings, such as authentication, LDAP integration, and single sign-on. We also learned how to associate users by default with different sites and roles, and we saw how to reserve screen names and email addresses so that users cannot register in the portal with them.
Next, we saw how to view and configure overall server settings. We saw how to view the memory currently being used by the server, as well as how to initiate garbage collection, a thread dump, search engine re-indexing, and the clearing of various caches. We learned how to debug parts of the portal by changing log levels, and by viewing the various properties that are defined in the portal.
Finally, we learned how to properly notify users that the portal is about to shut down and how to enable the OpenOffice.org integration.
All of this information should help to bring you well on your way to becoming a seasoned Liferay Social Office Administrator.