In addition to the site-wide permissions, the system administrator can assign permissions to the user roles at the application level, for all applications at the site root and then again for individual applications.
Telligent Evolution can be configured to handle membership in one of two ways:
Define your own membership rules within the community with users
authenticated through the standard ASP.NET Forms authentication.
Use the security that is already part of another application in your
environment for login, logout, and registration. This enables members
of your community to log in once and gain access to all related systems
without being prompted to log in or register multiple times. We offer
three options for single sign-on authentication:
authentication - Shared authentication with applications that don't
use Microsoft ASP.NET (e.g., PHP, ColdFusion)
Forms authentication - Shared authentication with other Microsoft ASP.NET applications
Windows authentication - Shared authentication within an internal environment using Windows Active Directory
For example, the system administrator configures the default settings for the site wikis on the Default Permissions page.
You can find out more information about application-level defaults by clicking on any of the following:
As the system administrator or wiki administrator adds wikis to the site, users inherit the permissions specified at this level and override any conflicts with the site-wide permissions. When modifying an individual wiki, the system administrator can specify additional permissions.
No default permissions are specified at this level. If no roles are added or modified, users inherit the permissions set for all site wikis.