Cisco WebEx Social Administration Guide, Release 3.3
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Table Of Contents

A - B - C - D - E - F - G - H - I - K - L - M - N - O - P - R - S - T - U - V - W -

Index

A

Account Setup window 2-65

Activity Snapshot 5-15

Administrator

assigning yourself role of 1-4

definition 1-2

role 1-29

advanced portal properties 5-20

alerts 5-6

Analytics Store 5-6

application

adding

for mobile client 4-3

removing

for mobile client 4-4

updating

for mobile client 4-4

applications

configuration 1-12

list of 1-13

overview 1-12

plugins 1-6

summary descriptions of each 1-13

supported by Cisco WebEx Social 1-13

voice messages 3-34

asset, branding 4-2

authentication 2-40, 2-49

B

backup and restore 1-35

branding

asset

adding 4-2

description 4-2

removing 4-3

replacing 4-2

description 4-1

disabling 4-1

enabling 4-1

browser support 1-2

C

calendar

configuration 3-10

Domino 3-12

Exchange 3-11

Calendar Exchange Server 1-6

Calendar portlet 2-8

certificate, trusted

adding 5-27

deleting 5-28

deploying 5-28

chat

configuration 3-17

CUP 3-17

feature 1-6

OCS 3-23

password 2-11

proxy 5-30

Sametime 3-27

WebEX IM 3-19

Cisco Web Communicator

adding to Cisco Unified Communications Manager 1-16

call routing 1-25

configuration 1-15

configuration in Cisco Unified Communications Manager 1-16

CTI, configuring for 1-23

description 1-6

installation 1-15

network security, configuration 1-25

overview 1-15

plugin installation 1-26

using 1-26

using BAT to add multiple devices 1-18

Cisco WebEx Social

applications 1-12

main window 1-10

metrics 2-33

nodes 1-2

user interface 1-6, 1-10

Cisco WebEx Social 3.1 for iPhone and iPad

branding 4-1

custom applications 4-1

customizing look and feel 4-1

clear

content 3-2

database cache 3-3

click-to-create community 2-30

click to dial 3-38

common configurations 3-10

communities

adding 2-11

assigning user roles 2-14

description 1-27, 2-11

functions you can perform 2-12

managing 2-12

roles 1-29

community 2-1

category

managing 2-28

modifying 2-28

reassigning 2-29

settings 2-25

templates 2-26

click-to-create 2-30

control panel 2-25

settings 2-25

Community Manager 1-6, 2-25

compliance officer 1-29

description 1-6

duties 1-32

e-mail of 5-13

role 1-29, 1-30

configuration

chat 3-17

feedback and help links 1-8

console login banner 5-7

content repositories

external 2-56

native 2-56

control panel, features requiring configuration 1-6

creating CSV file of current users 2-4

CSV file of current users, creating 2-4

CUP

for chat and presence 3-17

CUP configuration 3-17

custom attributes

adding 2-3

changing 2-3

editing 2-10

custom settings 2-51

D

deactivating a user 2-4

descriptions of Cisco WebEx Social roles 1-2

digest notifications 2-9, 5-15

Director

Configuration page 5-2

Health page 5-12

overview 5-1

Portal page 5-13

Security page 5-24

Topology page 5-8

display settings 2-51

Domino 3-12

E

e-mail

configuration 5-14

digest 2-9

integration 5-16

server configuration 3-5

error reporting 5-14

Exchange 3-11

extensibility

description 4-1

disabling 4-1

enabling 4-1

F

features

disabling 1-7, 2-32

re-enabling 1-7

reenabling 2-32

feedback links 1-8

file restrictions

extensions 3-5

size 3-5

G

garbage collector 3-2

H

hashtag 3-44

health and diagnostics 5-6

health status 5-12

Help links 1-8

Home page

displaying 1-11

template A-2

I

IBM Lotus Domino 3-12

inbound e-mail 5-15

instant notification 5-15

instant notifications 2-9

K

Kerberos

configuring 5-25

description 1-7

enabling 2-48

keystore 1-7

L

language 2-51

layout template, for plugins 2-52

LDAP

authentication 1-7, 2-41

directory sync 2-44

LDAP Directory Synchronization 1-7

LDAPS 1-7, 2-46

Level 1 Administrator

assigning yourself role of 1-4

definition 1-2

role 1-29

log

file 5-12

properties 1-7, 3-3

Lotus Domino 3-12

Lotus Sametime configuration 3-27

M

mail

domain 2-39

server 3-5

Mail Host Names window 2-50

Main window 1-10

memory 3-2

message boards 3-5

metrics

for Cisco WebEx Social 2-33

initialization 3-7

reports 2-34

viewing 5-31

Microsoft Exchange 3-11

Microsoft SharePoint 2007 2-57

Mobile drawer 4-1

N

Network File System (NFS) 5-3

Network Time Protocol (NTP), server 5-4

nodes, list of 5-8

Notification Service 1-7

notification service 1-7, 3-31, 3-32

Notifier 5-4

O

OCS configuration 3-23

onboarding 2-65

Operations Administration and Maintenance (OAM) 2-47

outbound e-mail 5-7

P

partial reindexing 3-6

password policy

adding 2-23

description 1-7, 2-23

managing 2-24

permissions, for users 2-6

phone control preferences 2-11

plugins

adding 3-8

configuration 1-7

installation 1-7, 3-7

layout template 2-52, 3-7

portlet 2-52, 3-7

settings 2-52, 3-9

template 2-53

pop server 3-5

portal

architecture 1-26

properties 3-6

roles 1-29

Portal drawer 2-1

portlet plugins 2-52

posts 3-5

presence 3-17

description 1-7

OCS 3-23

Sametime 3-27

WebEx IM 3-19

Profile page, template A-3

proxy

settings 5-18

proxy server

accessing 5-18

authentication 1-36

configuring 5-19

deleting 5-20

R

reindex all search indexes 3-3

reindexing, partial 3-6

reported content, configuring threshold setting 2-51

Reported Content application 1-30

resource monitoring 1-7

Resources tab 3-2

roles

Administrator 1-29

community administrator 1-29

community member 1-29

community owner 1-29

compliance officer 1-29

creating 2-18, 2-19

definition 2-18

description 1-28, 2-2

guest 1-28

Level 1Administrator 1-29

organization administrator 1-29

organization member 1-29

organization owner 1-29

overview 1-2

performing actions 2-20

permissions 2-21

scopes 1-29

types 2-18

user 1-28

users 2-7

S

Sametime configuration 3-27

Server

drawer 3-1

tab 1-6

server

list of all 5-8

provisioning new 5-8

Settings link, Portal tab 2-39

SharePoint

as Cisco WebEx Social repository 1-8

configuring 5-29

Show and Share 1-8, 3-33

SiteMinder 2-46

SMTP 3-5

SNMP 5-6

software maintenance 5-10

SSO

SiteMinder 2-46

WebEx 5-26

WebEx IM 5-26

statistics 5-31

supported browsers 1-2

synthetic monitoring 1-35

System Properties tab 3-6

T

template

community, modifying A-1

community category 2-26

Home page, modifying A-2

plugins 2-53, 3-7

Profile page, modifying A-3

user group 2-17

themes

applying 2-64

description 2-64

uploading 2-64

time zone 2-51

trusted certificate

adding 5-27

deleting 5-28

deploying 5-28

Twitter

configuring 3-44

de-linking account 3-45

hashtag 3-44

linking account 3-45

U

unified access 5-2

upgrade 5-10, 5-11

user

associations 1-8

interface 1-10

user group

adding 2-15

description 2-1, 2-15

managing 2-16

performing actions 2-15

templates, pages 2-17

users

adding manually 2-2

arrangement of 2-1

authentication 2-49

Calendar portlet settings 2-8

chat password 2-11

communities in which they are members 2-7

custom attributes 2-10

deactivating manually 2-4

digest notifications 2-9

information about, editing 2-6

instant notifications 2-9

password, setting 2-7

permissions for 2-6

phone control preferences 2-11

roles 2-7

user groups to which they belong 2-7

V

voice messages

application 3-34

definition 1-8

W

WebDialer 1-8, 3-38

WebEx

IM configuration 3-19

IM SSO 5-26

SSO 5-26

Web Services for Remote Portlets (WSRP) 2-54

welcome post, configuration 5-14

WSRP

cluster link configuration 2-56

configuring 2-54

consumer 2-54

definition 1-8, 2-54

producer 2-54

settings 5-30