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Use this procedure to setup the Translations module
Configure Sitefinity to act as STS or to consume third party applications or identity providers.
Enable bundling and minification in Sitefinity CMS to improve load time by reducing number of requests to server and size of requested assets.
Use this procedure to set up single sign-on, which uses claims-based authentication.
You can manage global and section permissions, as well as permissions for actions.
Configure content settings and manage website infrastructure - canonical URLs, sitemap, website internal search, text fields' settings, and so on.
Sitefinity CMS implements several layers of caching to ensure fast content editing and browsing experiences.
Use this procedure to secure cookies for claims and forms authentication.
When creating users, you define their profile types, roles, and access to Sitefinity. You can delete a user forgood, as well.
Use a number of configuration settings to manage modules, for example, activate and deactivate modules, text fields settings, SEO settings, and so on.
You control the advanced settings of output and client cache with cache profiles.
You must configure Sitefinity CMS to work in a load balanced environment.
IMPORTANT: You must complete this procedure for all types of load balancing solution, including software and hardware.
Use this procedure to configure email setting – SMTP stand for Simple Mail Transfer Protocol. The settings are needed for the system to send emails with email campaigns to subscribers.
Use this procedure to set up an external STS that uses Windows Authentication. Then you connect the STS to one or more Sitefinity CMS sites.