This section describes configurations you must perform outside Sitefinity.
If you want the load balancing setup to increase the reliability of your application, you need to setup a health monitoring procedure.
Different scenarios for uploading Sitefinity.
Dynamic content types created using the Module Builder support additional URLs for their items. When you change the title or the URL of an item, this is not going to break any existing links that navigate to it. When you open an item on the frontend, the URL that you set last is displayed.
Permissions in Sitefinity CMS are inheritable. Each individual item inherits permissions from the group permission. You can modify the inherited permissions of each item, by setting permissions individually.
Configure LDAP settings for accessing directories over an IP network.
Configure Web Forms widget settings and define individual properties of widgets via advanced configurations. Define shared behavior of content widgets. Register new widgets.
Use this procedure to set up single sign-on, which uses claims-based authentication.
Use this procedure to setup the connectors to the translation agencies
Use this procedure to setup the Translations module
Configure custom error pages for your Sitefinity CMS website and whether to display detailed or general page.
Use this procedure to secure cookies for claims and forms authentication.