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A Primer on Oracle Documents Cloud Service Administration - Part 2

by Thyaga Vasudevan, Senior Director, Oracle WebCenter Product Management

I kicked off this 3-part series on Oracle Documents Cloud Service Administration yesterday with my post on tips to Add Users. As we discussed, you could do it one user at a time or do bulk import. In my second post today, we will look at Assigning User Quota and Resetting a User's Password.

Tip 2. Setting User Quota

As an administrator, you want to ensure that you have set
the right quota limits for your end users so that they can enjoy the benefits
of Document Cloud Service in the most effective way. There are 2 ways to set
quota:

System-Wide

  • Open your web browser and sign in to Oracle
    Documents Cloud Service as an administrator.
  • Open your user menu in the top right corner and
    click Administration.
  • Select System-Wide Settings from the left menu.
  • Here you can set the default quota per user. Note
    that this quota will be applied to users that are provisioned later; it does
    not affect the quota of the existing users.

User-Specific

  • Open your web browser and sign in to Oracle
    Documents Cloud Service as an administrator.
  • Open your user menu in the top right corner and
    click Administration.
  • Select User-Specific Settings from the left
    menu.
  • Here you can
    change the quota for individual users. Begin entering the user name into the Select User field. Choose the required
    user from the list and change the quota.

Tip 3. Resetting a User’s Password

One of the common tasks that administrators of SAAS services
have to perform is to be able to reset a user’s password. Of course, it is
totally possible for users to do this themselves using the “Forgot Password”
feature available on the your service login page at https://myservices.us2.oraclecloud.com/mycloud

If you have
to reset an end-users password, follow these quick steps

  • Sign in to the My Services
    Application.
  • Click the Users tab.
  • Select a user from the list, and then
    click the Action icon to the right.
  • Select Reset Password.

So, there you have it. In my final post in this series, we will look at Setting a Public Link policy to allow outside firewall but controlled usage, as well as How to Monitor System Usage. Until then...


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