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Ever heard a retailer advertise as a “one stop shop” for anything you want? The idea is they have so much stuff that whatever you want is probably there. Liferay’s Control Panel is like this. Where do you create users, organizations, or sites? Where do you configure permissions and plugins and pretty much anything else? You do it from the Control Panel. When signed in as an administrator, you can access the Control Panel from the Product Menu by clicking Control Panel.

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Figure 1: Administrators can access the Control Panel from the Product Menu.

The Control Panel is divided into four main areas: Users, Sites, Apps, and Configuration. The Users section lets you create and manage users, organizations, user groups, roles, and password policies. If monitoring has been enabled for your portal, you can also view all the live portal sessions of your users.

What’s New with User Management?

In Liferay Portal version 7.0, the user management functionality and behavior didn’t change much from previous versions. Improvements to existing behavior were introduced, but most of the work went into the back-end code so that future enhancements could be made. In Liferay Portal CE 7.1, we’re excited to announce some new features for user administrators:

  1. Numeric screen names can be used without issue out of the box. Read here for the details.

  2. Add organization types from System Settings. There’s no need for portal properties anymore, or the requisite system restart. Read here for the details.

  3. Configure default user profile pictures from System Settings. Read here for the details.

Begin exploring Liferay’s User Management functionality by reading about adding and editing users.

Users and Organizations

Users and Organizations are fundamental entities. If your portal requires people (even just a set of site administrators) to have accounts to do anything, you need to know about users. If your...

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Roles and Permissions

If a Role were to win a Grammy or an Oscar or some other ego-feeding popularity contest, it better remember to thank all its permissions groupies during the acceptance speech, because they’re the...

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Managing User Data

Internet users are increasingly and justifiably concerned about how their personal data is processed by the systems they use. The enforcement of GDPR is a crystallization of these concerns into...

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User Groups

A user group is a list of users created for a specific purpose. User groups can be created across the hierarchical boundaries of organizations. For example, an administrator could create a Teachers...

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Password Policies

Password policies enforce password rules to help users specify secure passwords. Use the default policy that ships with Liferay (modified or as is), or create your own policies. Password policies...

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