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Macromedia Studio 8 K12 Site License
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The new Studio 8 K12 Site License offers K12 schools a rich combination of digital communication tools and resources to help enhance teaching, learning, and communication throughout your school. The site license includes an integrated suite of multimedia and web development tools, project-based curriculum, and professional development resourcesall for one set price based on the size of the school. Combining the latest releases of Dreamweaver, Flash, Fireworks, Contribute, and FlashPaper, Studio 8 takes expressiveness and efficiency to a whole new level. Now everyone from superintendents to students can create, publish, and maintain websites and build highly interactive learning experiences. What you get with your Macromedia Studio 8 K12 Site License:
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Studio 8 Site License for the entire school An integrated family of multimedia and web tools that enables innovative teaching and learning: Flash Professional enables authoring of rich interactive content, including Flash video. Fireworks offers optimization tools to balance quality images with compression. Dreamweaver delivers clean, standards-based, and accessibility-compliant applications. Contribute lets everyone publish to websites and keep web content relevant. FlashPaper supports the conversion of any document into PDF and FlashPaper files, using a simple, one-click process. Teacher home use rights
Contribute Publishing Server
Contribute Publishing Server (CPS) is a software application that provides central administration and tracking of user access and publishing activities on the website.

Classroom Curriculum

Classroom Curriculum consists of the following resources: Digital Design: Foundations of Web Design, a project-based curriculum binder and instructional plans for teaching digital communication and career courses in web design Classroom projects for Dreamweaver, Flash, and Contribute, and online access to project-based curriculum for use in academic classes

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Digital Design: Foundations of Web Design (binder). This yearlong curriculum
guide develops digital communication skills in web design and production using Macromedia web tools. Digital Design can be used in career and technical education courses as well as general web design classes. Its projects develop four key skills: design, communication, project management, and web technology. Animal Kingdom Encyclopedia Project for Contribute 3. This project enables students to create web pages to communicate information that demonstrates their understanding of an academic concept.
Digital Design Staff Development Guide (CD). The Digital Design Staff
Development Guide enables schools to prepare instructors to teach the Digital Design Curriculum Guide: Foundations of Web Design. This guide includes activities and reproducible materials for two workshops covered in the first and second semester of the Digital Design curriculum guide.
Academic Curriculum Projects
(downloadable content). These projects can easily be expanded or adapted to other subjects. Digital Narrative Project for Macromedia Flash 8. This project enables students to apply technology and communication skills as they build a digital narrative on a scientific concept. Town Website Project for Dreamweaver 8. This project enables students to build a basic informational website about their town or city neighborhood.
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These workshops enable K12 schools and districts to deliver their own, professional development classes. The materials contain resources for trainers and participants to run one-day workshops on Macromedia tools Macromedia Flash 8, Dreamweaver 8, Fireworks 8, Intermediate Dreamweaver 8 and Fireworks 8, and Contribute 3.
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It is important that the Templates folder, which is located at the same level as the Contribute shared settings folder (_mm), is accessible by all users, and the sites CSS (CSS folder), and server side includes (SSI folder) are protected by role settings that restrict access to those folders. Web pages and associated files stored in these folders cannot be edited using Contribute, preventing them from being inadvertently modified or damaged. To restrict users to editing content in their workgroups folder, create a role that limits access to a specific folder.
Deploying Contribute for multiple websites on one web server
This scenario has several departmental intranet sites, each of which needs access restricted to members of the given department. To accomplish this, the administrator creates a separate Contribute connection for each departments folder in the website (to essentially create subsites). In addition, each department has its own set of Dreamweaver templates on which to base new pages. When connecting users to their respective sites, the administrator creates and distributes a connection key for each website connection. In this scenario, three administrator connections are created. The site administrators create a connection to their departments section of the website (for example, /myIntranet/sales). Additional roles can be created to define any restrictions for users in the site (for example, to specific subfolders in the Sales folder or to set editing options).

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Users can browse the entire site but are restricted to editing in their departments folder. By restricting users editing privileges to their departments web pages, each group can maintain control over their web content and can act more independently with the content they make available to the entire organization. A potential drawback to this arrangement is that users in different departments cannot collaborate on pages. Each department must work independently.
Deploying Contribute to a staging server and a live server
Many organizations use a staging web server with their production web server. A staging server lets you create websites on a non-production web server, so you can generate and test content without making it live on your organizations public website. The use of a staging server also lets you maintain an automatic backup copy of all your website content. In regard to Contribute, the use of a staging server lets you copy only folders and files that you specify as necessary for your website. This enables you to use Contribute to update web content on the staging server, but only publish the necessary web pages to your production web server for public access.

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Understanding server access for connecting to CPS-managed websites
As an administrator, you should require that users enter their own account username and password to log in when they use FTP, SFTP, or WebDAV to connect to a website managed by CPS. This is a best practice and the default option. The alternative is to use a shared FTP, SFTP, or WebDAV account for a website connection managed by CPS. Requiring users to log in with their own account username and password provides an extra layer of security. When you share a website connection that uses a shared account, the username and password for the shared account are stored on the machine where CPS is installed. The password is stored as a hash of the password in a non-browsable folder, and you can restrict access to this folder. However, the password could be at risk if it is not a strong password. Therefore, it is recommended that you not use shared account information for any CPS website connection, but that you require users to log in with their own account information. If you require users to log in with their own account information, CPS prompts them for a username and password. You can improve the user experience by creating FTP, SFTP, or WedDAV accounts tied to your user directory service so that users do not have to know or remember another password. If the CPS login is also tied to your user directory service, CPS can automatically reuse the users CPS login information to open the connection and does not prompt for a second password for connection information. The user also can have Contribute remember the account username and password for future use. As an administrator for a website managed by CPS, you can view or modify FTP, SFTP, and WebDAV settings by editing the connection. For more information about editing website connections, see Contribute Help.
Restricting access to administrative folders and special file types
Access to administrative folders and special file types is restricted as a security measure. When you create a site connection, Contribute creates special files that are stored in folders whose names begin with an underscore (such as _mm, _baks, and _notes). These folders may contain files with user names, e-mail addresses, previous versions of web pages, and other types of meta information used by Contribute. The underscore allows Dreamweaver from Adobe and Contribute to distinguish between those folders and the other folders in your site. Contribute and Dreamweaver use this naming convention to filter these special files and prevent them from appearing in the Dreamweaver Site panel and in the Contribute Remote File Browser. These hidden folders cant be browsed, overwritten, or inadvertently altered by users. Additionally, some search engines and automated programs are designed not to return pages found in folders whose names begin with an underscore. To ensure that these folders and files remain protected, review the configuration of your web server software and make certain that you block HTTP access to folders whose names begin with an underscore (_mm, _baks, and _notes), the MMWIP folder, and files identified by the file extensions.lck,.mno,.bak,.lbi,.csi, and.dwt. In particular, you might want to block HTTP access to the MMWIP folder. The MMWIP folder contains interim drafts of files (works in progress) that you might want to protect. Adobe recommends that you restrict access to the MMWIP folder so that only members of your organization can browse files in that folder. Note: In addition to using the computers operating system and web server software configuration settings, you might consider using a third-party URL scanner to block HTTP access to secure these files and folders.

generated. In the preceding example, the actual filename is myPage.htm. Contribute generates the folder name 8eba150d and the filename 3629c837.htm.mno to represent the file as it progresses through the draft review process. When the recipient of the page requiring review chooses to view it, Contribute creates a LCK (lock) file for the page in the website, and a CHK (checkout) file in the WIPMetaData folder. These files indicate that the file is in use by the recipient and tracks changes made to the file. The filename extensions (.mno and.csi) used by the draft review process help to prevent interim drafts of web pages and their associated XML messaging files from being served by your web server. This helps to prevent users from inadvertently sending a link to a draft of a file or from using a web browser to view files in the draft review process. In addition, Contribute places a guard page in each of the folders used to store files for review. The guard page (labeled index.html in the previous example) redirects users to the websites home page.
Planning your Contribute site structure and connection path
The connection you create to a website with Contribute determines the network protocol to use when accessing the site, the web address (URL) of the site, and the degree to which the sites structure is accessible to content contributors. Before creating a connection to a website, carefully consider how users will access the site and what areas of the site they must access.
Understanding Contribute connection paths
A Contribute website is defined when you create an administrative connection and select the website folder to connect to. All folders from the folder you connect to and below make up the Contribute site. As the administrator, you can establish a connection to the root folder in a website if you need access to all the folders in that site. Or, you can establish a connection to a lower-level folder, depending on the access you and your users require. Adobe recommends that you create a connection at the root of your website (www.mysite.com/intranet/, for example), and use the Contribute Permissions settings to limit user access to specific folders in the site. As an alternative to creating one website connection for all your users, you can create separate connections for different parts of the website. For example:
connection1: www.mysite.com/intranet/marketing connection2: www.mysite.com/intranet/finance
It is also possible to create overlapping connection paths. This occurs when you create a website connection to a folder, and then create another website connection at a lower level, to a folder that is contained in the first website connection. For example:

Understanding Administrative settings and roles in overlapping websites
Contribute creates a special administrative folder (labeled _mm) that contains a shared settings file in each website you create a connection to. The shared settings file contains information about each role you define, including the administrator role and any site-wide permissions you define. When you establish overlapping website connections, you might have users who have multiple connections to different parts of your entire website. When those users edit a page, the settings file for the most nested website connection applies for the page and the user. For example, consider a user with the following connections:

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A page in the marketing folder, marketinganalysis.htm for example, is technically part of both websites that user is connected to. But because these are two separate connectionsand therefore two separate websitesthere are two different administrative folders. When the user edits the marketinganalysis.htm file, the roles and settings for the most nested website connection applies; in this example, www.mysite.com/intranet/marketing. Now suppose the same user edits a file in the intranet/marketing/contacts folder, and the user does not have a website connection to that folder. The user can still edit pages in that folder because it is part of the marketing website, but the user does not have a separate connection to that folder, so it is not a separate website. Again, the settings for www.mysite.com/intranet/marketing apply because that is the deepest website connection in the path to the page the user is editing.
Understanding the draft for review process in overlapping websites
When you send drafts for review, your list of possible reviewers are users who are connected to your website. And the draft you send for review is temporarily placed in the root of your website (that is, the root of your Contribute website connection). To avoid potential problems with the draft review process, users who are connected to websites that have child websites, should also connect to all the child websites. When you have overlapping sites, depending on your website connections, the draft review process might not work as you expect:
1 You might not be able to send to users you expect to send to.
For example, consider the following website connections:
User 1s connection: www.mysite.com/intranet/ User 2s connection: www.mysite.com/intranet/marketing

If User 1 edits a page in the marketing folder and then clicks Send for review, the list of possible reviewers is users connected to the same website as User 1 (www.mysite.com/intranet/). In this case, User 1 could not send to User 2, who belongs to the marketing website. Now suppose that User 1 has website connections to both websites (www.mysite.com/intranet/ and www.mysite.com/intranet/marketing) and User 2 has a connection to the marketing website only (www.mysite.com/intranet/marketing). If User 1 edits a page in the marketing folder, and then clicks Send for review, the list of possible reviewers is users connected to the User 1s most nested website, www.mysite.com/intranet/marketing. In this case, User 1 could send the draft to User 2.
2 Reviewers might not receive drafts.
Consider the same website connections from the previous example:
If User 1 edits a page in the marketing folder and then clicks Send for review, the list of possible reviewers is users connected to the same website as User 1 (www.mysite.com/intranet/). If both websites have a group with the same name, Writer, then User 1 might send to the Writer group for www.mysite.com/intranet/ but think that hes sending the draft to the Writer group for the marketing website. In this case, the marketing Writer group would not receive the draft from User 1.
3 Reviewers might not be able to take action on a draft.
Now, consider the following website connections:

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User 1s connection: www.mysite.com/intranet/ User 2s connections: www.mysite.com/intranet/ and www.mysite.com/intranet/marketing
Suppose User 1 edits a page in the marketing folder and sends it to User 2 for review. The draft for review is temporarily placed on the website at the root of User 1s website connection (www.mysite.com/intranet/). (Remember, User 1 does not have a website connection to the marketing website.) When User 2 receives the draft, there is a conflict because User 2 has website connections to the site where the draft for review was placed and also to the website that contains the original page. In this case, Contribute has a conflict on how to handle the draft for review, because it expects the draft for review to be in the same folder as the original page. Because of this conflict, User 2 can send the draft for review or delete the draft only. User 2 cannot edit or publish the draft for review.
Understanding templates, shared assets, and images in overlapping websites
Templates in Contribute reside in a folder named Templates in the root folder of each website connection (for example, /Templates/contactPage.dwt). Shared assets and images are also stored separately for each website and are available to users depending on the role the website administrator assigned to them for that website. When you have overlapping website connections in your website, you might have users who have multiple connections to different parts of your website. When those users edit a page, they have access to the templates and shared assets for the most nested website connection for the page and the user. You must carefully consider where you place your templates, shared assets, and images. For example, if you place the company logo in the root of the intranet website (www.mysite.com/intranet/), users who have connections to the marketing website only (www.mysite.com/intranet/marketing) wont have access to the logo.

WebDAV

Web-based Distributed Authoring and Versioning (WebDAV) is a series of extensions to the HTTP protocol that lets users collaboratively update and manage files on a website. A key feature of the WebDAV protocol is file locking. Users connecting to a WebDAV-enabled site lock files when they open the file for editing. This prevents a user of the same website from overwriting another users changes. To use Contribute with a WebDAV-enabled site, you must use a WebDAV server that supports exclusive write locks. Exclusive write locks guarantee that only the lock owner (the person who opened the file for editing) can overwrite the file. Note: Some WebDAV servers support shared write locks, which allow two or more users to collaborate concurrently on a web page. Contribute does not support shared write locks. If a user opens a page using Contribute on a WebDAVenabled site that uses shared locks, Contribute opens the file only if it can create an exclusive lock. If another user is editing the file, Contribute informs the user that the file is not available for editing. When creating a connection to a WebDAV-enabled site, you must provide a WebDAV-specific URL. This might consist of a specific port number used by the WebDAV site. For example, suppose that this is the URL of your site: www.mysite.com/ This might be the WebDAV URL: www.mysite.com:81/ Appending the port number 81 to the sites domain name specifies the network address used by WebDAV. WebDAV-enabled sites often have their own user name and password requirements. You can create these on an individual basis, or you can create a group user name and password. When creating a connection to a WebDAV site, you must not mix connection types (such as FTP with WebDAV or local area network with WebDAV). You must use only the WebDAV connection type. When you create a connection to a website using local area network, FTP, or SFTP connections, Contribute uses its own file-locking mechanism to prevent users from overwriting each others files. Contribute connections using these connection types cannot detect files locked with WebDAV locks and could inadvertently open a file being edited by a WebDAV-enabled connection.
To prevent users from setting up different connection types to a WebDAV-enabled site, do one of the following:
Tell users creating connections that they should use only the WebDAV connection type with WebDAV-enabled sites.

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Send a connection key that allows only users connecting to the site to use WebDAV. Restrict local area network, FTP, and SFTP access to the server hosting the WebDAV-enabled site.
For more information on WebDAV, see the WebDav Resources website at www.webdav.org.
Network paths and web addresses (URLs)
When creating a connection to the website, Contribute prompts you to provide the web address (URL) of the website, and the network connection information of the server and folder storing the website. Both the web address and network path must point to the same folder in the website. For example, suppose your website is located at the directory path: \\MyServer\wwwroot\sites\MySite And the corresponding web address for this site is: www.MyServer.com/sites/MySite When creating the connection, you must enter these values correctly, so they point to the same folder. To ensure that the website and network folder (or in the case of FTP and SFTP, the FTP folder) are the same, Contribute uploads a temporary file using the path information you provide. Contribute then attempts to read the temporary file through HTTP, using the web address you provide. If Contribute succeeds in locating the temporary file, the paths match, and Contribute creates the connection. If the paths dont match, Contribute prompts you again for the correct path. Note: If your users will use FTP to connect to a website folder in the FTP Host folder, you must provide an absolute path to the folder.
Installing Contribute and creating an administrative connection
After you plan your website infrastructure and configure the network and server permissions for appropriate read, write, and modify permissions, you must install a copy of Contribute and create a Contribute administrator connection to the website. Note: You can create as many administrative connections as necessary, depending on how many sites and subsites you need to establish. Go ahead and install Contribute, and then gather the information you need for connecting (see Preparing to connect to a website on page 21) and establish your administrative connection (see Creating a Contribute website connection on page 22).
Preparing to connect to a website
Before you begin, gather the following information:
1 Your user name and e-mail address
The user name and e-mail address identify users and the web pages they are working on. Contribute prevents multiple users from simultaneously editing the same web page. (Contribute uses a system much like the Dreamweaver check in/check out system to avoid editing conflicts.)

You might want to permanently accept the certificate, if you can. Otherwise, you might be prompted to accept the certificate each time you launch the CPS Console. The CPS Console Login dialog box appears.
10 Enter the password you created during the installation process.
The CPS Console appears for you to configure CPS. For information, see Configuring Contribute Publishing Server (CPS only) on page 37. In the future, you can access the CPS Console by selecting Start > Programs > Contribute Publishing Server > Administer Macromedia Contribute Publishing Server.
To install CPS by using the Simple Installation (UNIX): 1 Download the installation file. 2 At the command prompt, enter the following command to set execute permissions for the JRun installation shell script:

chmod +x cps-linux.bin

Note: If you are installing on the Solaris platform, substitute solaris for linux in the command.
3 Enter the following command to run the JRun installation script:

sh./cps-linux.bin

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Note: If you are installing on the Solaris platform, substitute solaris for linux in the command. The installer extracts the installation files, and then runs the install script.
4 View each screen of the license agreement, and then accept the agreement to continue with the installation. 5 In the Installation Method screen, select the Simple Installation option. 6 In the Installation Folder screen accept the default installation location or enter another location. 7 In the Administrator Password screen, enter an administrative password to restrict access to the CPS Console.
8 Review the Summary screen, and then press Enter when you are ready to begin the installation.
When the installer finishes, the Installation Complete screen displays a list of scripts that you can use to start and stop CPS.
9 Press Enter to exit the installer, and then change to the installation folder. 10 Enter the following command to start CPS:

sh./bin/startCPS.sh

When you see the message, Server contribute-wps ready, the server has started.
11 Now you are ready to log in to the CPS Console and configure CPS.
For information, see Configuring Contribute Publishing Server (CPS only) on page 37.
Installing Contribute Publishing Server by using the WAR File Installation

Use the WAR File Installation for CPS if your computer is already running a J2EE application server or if there is not a Simple Installation installer for your platform. Note: If your platform doesnt have an installer, and you need to perform the WAR File Installation but do not have a Java application server, you can download a trial version of the JRun 4 server with limited licensing capabilities. For more information, see the Adobe website at www.adobe.com. The WAR File installation process involves the following steps:

1 Generate the WAR file.

In this step youll use an installer to generate the WAR file and configure CPS file locations (see Generating the WAR file using an installer on page 25). Note: If there is not an installer for your platform, you might be able to download the zip file containing the WAR file and associated data files. In this case, you can skip the step for generating the WAR file, and proceed to the next step for deploying the WAR file.

2 Deploy the WAR file.

After you have the WAR file, you are ready to deploy it (see Deploying the WAR file on page 26).
Generating the WAR file using an installer
The first step in the WAR File Installation for CPS is using an installer to generate a WAR file and associated data files in a directory structure. The installer also configures the WAR files to reference the installed data files. Note: If you want to change the location of these data files you can do so later, after you generate and deploy the WAR file. For more information, see Configuring the CPS file locations on page 30.

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To use the CPS installer to generate a WAR file (Windows): 1 Download the installer. 2 Double-click the file to start the installer. 3 Read and accept the license agreement to continue with the installation. 4 In the Installation Method window, select the WAR file option. 5 Accept the default installation location or click Choose to select another location.
7 Click Close when you finish viewing the Summary screen.
The installer creates a directory structure that includes a WAR file and associated data files.
8 Now you are ready to deploy the WAR file.
For information, see Deploying the WAR file on page 26.
To use the CPS installer to generate a WAR file (UNIX): 1 Download the installation file. 2 At the command prompt, enter the following command to set execute permissions for the JRun installation shell

script:

chmod +x pubserver-linux.bin
Note: If you installing on the Solaris platform, substitute solaris for linux in the command.

sh./pubserver-linux.bin

Note: If you installing on the Solaris platform, substitute solaris for linux in the command. The installer extracts the installation files, and then runs the install script.

text. For more information about style and font settings, see Contribute Help.
New Pages specifies whether Contribute users can create blank pages, and which (if any) Dreamweaver MX templates they can use to create pages. You can also specify which pages, if any, the user can copy. The options in this category determine what options users see in the New Page dialog box. For more information about setting new web page preferences, see Contribute Help. File Placement lets you specify folder locations for files based on the file extension used to identify the file type. You can also specify that Contribute not allow files of a certain size to be uploaded to the web server. For more information about setting options for file placement, see Contribute Help. Shared Assets lets you create a library of assets (such as images, Adobe Flash Player 9 content, or Dreamweaver
from Adobe library items) that users can add to web pages. You can restrict access to shared assets to specific users or let any Contribute user accessing the website add the assets to their pages. For more information about setting options for shared assets, see Contribute Help.
New Images lets you specify a maximum file size, width, and height for images. You can also restrict users so that
they can use images only from a shared asset library that you create, or you can allow them to add any image to a web page. For more information about setting options for new images, see Contribute Help.

Example role assignments

As an example of roles you might create, consider an online magazine. The job functions associated with producing a magazine include a publisher, managing editor, copy editor, writer, and web designer. In addition, Contribute adds an administrator to maintain the magazines website. Each role reflects separate access to article creation, approval, editing and deletion, page design, and site maintenance. The following table describes the roles and privileges related to Contribute:

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Job Title

Contribute Role

5 Enter all the settings to configure the User Directory service.
For more information about any of the settings, click the Help link to show online help.

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6 Click Save Settings to save your settings.
If you want to use secure LDAP, see Configuring the User Directory service to use secure LDAP on page 42 after you configure the User Directory service.
7 (Optional) Select another service from the Services Settings list on the left if you want to configure the other services now.
Now you are ready to start Contribute, and enable your website to use CPS. To do so, see Enabling Contribute websites to work with CPS (CPS only) on page 42.
Configuring the User Directory service to use secure LDAP
The default configuration of the User Directory service does not encrypt communications to the LDAP server. You can configure the service to use secure LDAP (LDAPS) to encrypt information to and from your LDAP server. Note: Before you set up LDAPS, you should have already configured the User Directory service to integrate with your LDAP/Active Directory server. If you have not done so, see Configuring CPS User Directory and other services on page 40 before you complete the LDAPS procedure in this section. This section describes one method for configuring the User Directory service to use LDAPS. This method uses the Java keytool to import your LDAP server SSL certificate into the trust store of the CPS J2EE server JVM. Note: The following procedure is for the CPS Simple Installationif you did not already have a Java application server when you installed CPS. If you used the CPS WAR File Installationbecause you already had a Java application serverthen you should consult your Java server documentation for information about importing an SSL certificate.
To import your LDAP SSL certificate into CPS trust store to use LDAPS: 1 In a command prompt, change to the CPS installation directory in the following default location:
0C:/Program Files/Macromedia/Contribute Publishing Server/jre/bin
2 Enter the following command:

0keytool

Depending on your configuration, you might need to include more information. The complete command is:
0keytool -import -alias serverca -file <certificate filename and path> -keystore {jrun.rootdir}/lib/trustStore -storepass changeit

1 In Contribute, select Edit > Administer Websites > Website Name.

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2 Select Users and Roles from the list of administrative categories on the left.

3 Click Add Users.

The Add Users dialog box appears.
4 Select a role to assign users from the Role for the new users pop-up menu.
The role you assign determines the users editing permissions for modifying the sites pages.
5 Add users to the role you selected. The Search Results panel lets you locate users in your organizations user directory and add them to the list of users for the role youve selected.
Do the following to find and add user names to a role:

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a Enter a name in the Search text box, and then click Search. Contribute shows the closest matches it finds in the

Search Results list.

b Select the name of the user you want to add to the role, and click Add to move that user to the list of Users to add.
If you inadvertently add a user to a role, you can remove that user by selecting their name in the Users to add list and clicking Remove.
6 (Optional) Select the Send connection key e-mail to users option to send an e-mail to the users youve added to
the role. Contribute creates a single e-mail message with a connection link that you can send to the users. The e-mail lets the user know that theyve been given access to the website, and the connection link lets them easily import connection information into their copy of Contribute.
7 Click OK to close the Add Users dialog box.
The Users and Roles panel of the Administer Website dialog box shows the new users who are assigned to a specific role.
8 To add additional users, repeat steps 4 through 8.
For more information on creating user roles, see About Contribute user roles and settings on page 33. Now you are ready for user to install Contribute and connect to the website.

 

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