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Access control in TWiki at CERN

This TWiki installation is a managed Wiki, divided into Webs. Some webs are public, allowing anyone on the Internet to view the content. Many other webs are only accessible to CERN users, logged in via the CERN Single Sign on with a CERN account or CERN external account.

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You cannot access pages you expect to be able to access?

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  1. First make sure that you are logged on with the right username. You should normally login with your main CERN account or the account that corresponds to the email login for your entry under TWikiUsers.
  2. If you have both an external account and a CERN account on CERN machines (lxplus etc), you should use the CERN login if you do not have write access with your external account. (As a test, you can try to edit something in the Sandbox web.)
  3. Please note that if your email address or CERN account details change this must be reflected in the TWiki registration. For CERN accounts the update will be done automatically but external users should request the change in the IT service-portal
  4. If you have access to TWiki, but not to pages with protected content, please contact the owners of these pages so that they can grant you access. You may need to be a member of a particular TWikiGroups or a CERN e-group in order to access some webs. (Please see TheLHCexperimentsWebs for more information.)
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  1. First make sure that you are logged on with the right username. You should normally login with your main CERN account or the account that corresponds to the email login for your entry under TWikiUsers.
  2. If you have both an external account and a CERN account on CERN machines (lxplus etc), you should use the CERN login if you do not have write access with your external account. (As a test, you can try to edit something in the Sandbox web.)
  3. Please note that if your email address or CERN account details change this must be reflected in the TWiki registration. For CERN accounts the update will be done automatically but external users should request the change in the IT service-portal
  4. If you have access to TWiki, but not to pages with protected content, please contact the owners of these pages so that they can grant you access. You may need to be a member of a particular TWikiGroups or a CERN e-group in order to access some webs. (Please see TheLHCexperimentsWebs for more information.)
  It is your local TWiki documentation manager who decides about access control, not TWiki support in IT.

Revision 92014-01-28 - NilsHoeimyr

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Access control in TWiki at CERN

This TWiki installation is a managed Wiki, divided into Webs. Some webs are public, allowing anyone on the Internet to view the content. Many other webs are only accessible to CERN users, logged in via the CERN Single Sign on with a CERN account or CERN external account.

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There are also webs that have restricted access to a list of users or groups, using the TWiki access controls as documented in TWikiAccessControl. In order to access protected pages, you need to be a registered TWiki user. (If you have not yet registered, you may do so at TWikiRegistration.)
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There are also webs that have restricted access to a list of users or groups, using the TWiki access controls as documented in TWikiAccessControl. At CERN, we are now using E-groups instead of TWiki groups for authorisation purposes. In order to access protected pages, you may need to be part of a specific e-group.
 

You cannot access pages you expect to be able to access?

Revision 82013-05-03 - PeterJones

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Access control in TWiki at CERN

This TWiki installation is a managed Wiki, divided into Webs. Some webs are public, allowing anyone on the Internet to view the content. Many other webs are only accessible to CERN users, logged in via the CERN Single Sign on with a CERN account or CERN external account.

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  1. First make sure that you are logged on with the right username. You should normally login with your main CERN account or the account that corresponds to the email login for your entry under TWikiUsers.
  2. If you have both an external account and a CERN account on CERN machines (lxplus etc), you should use the CERN login if you do not have write access with your external account. (As a test, you can try to edit something in the Sandbox web.)
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  1. Please note that if your email address or CERN account details change, you may need to update your TWiki registration or register again.
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  1. Please note that if your email address or CERN account details change this must be reflected in the TWiki registration. For CERN accounts the update will be done automatically but external users should request the change in the IT service-portal
 
  1. If you have access to TWiki, but not to pages with protected content, please contact the owners of these pages so that they can grant you access. You may need to be a member of a particular TWikiGroups or a CERN e-group in order to access some webs. (Please see TheLHCexperimentsWebs for more information.)

It is your local TWiki documentation manager who decides about access control, not TWiki support in IT.

Revision 72012-06-28 - NilsHoeimyr

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Access control in TWiki at CERN

This TWiki installation is a managed Wiki, divided into Webs. Some webs are public, allowing anyone on the Internet to view the content. Many other webs are only accessible to CERN users, logged in via the CERN Single Sign on with a CERN account or CERN external account.

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  1. First make sure that you are logged on with the right username. You should normally login with your main CERN account or the account that corresponds to the email login for your entry under TWikiUsers.
  2. If you have both an external account and a CERN account on CERN machines (lxplus etc), you should use the CERN login if you do not have write access with your external account. (As a test, you can try to edit something in the Sandbox web.)
  3. Please note that if your email address or CERN account details change, you may need to update your TWiki registration or register again.
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  1. If you have access to TWiki, but not to pages with protected content, please contact the owners of these pages so that they can grant you access. You may need to be a member of a particular TWikiGroups or a CERN e-group in order to access some webs.
  2. Atlas users should also follow the instructions on AccessProtectedInformation. CMS users need to check the rules on CMSTwikiPolicy and so on. It is your local TWiki documentation manager who decides about access control, not TWiki support in IT.
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  1. If you have access to TWiki, but not to pages with protected content, please contact the owners of these pages so that they can grant you access. You may need to be a member of a particular TWikiGroups or a CERN e-group in order to access some webs. (Please see TheLHCexperimentsWebs for more information.)

It is your local TWiki documentation manager who decides about access control, not TWiki support in IT.

 

--- TWiki Service team 28-Jun-2012

Revision 62012-06-28 - NilsHoeimyr

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Access control in TWiki at CERN

This TWiki installation is a managed Wiki, divided into Webs. Some webs are public, allowing anyone on the Internet to view the content. Many other webs are only accessible to CERN users, logged in via the CERN Single Sign on with a CERN account or CERN external account.

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You cannot access pages you expect to be able to access?

Changed:
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  1. First make sure that you are logged on with the right username. You should normally login with the account that corresponds to the email login for your entry under TWikiUsers.
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  1. First make sure that you are logged on with the right username. You should normally login with your main CERN account or the account that corresponds to the email login for your entry under TWikiUsers.
 
  1. If you have both an external account and a CERN account on CERN machines (lxplus etc), you should use the CERN login if you do not have write access with your external account. (As a test, you can try to edit something in the Sandbox web.)
  2. Please note that if your email address or CERN account details change, you may need to update your TWiki registration or register again.
  3. If you have access to TWiki, but not to pages with protected content, please contact the owners of these pages so that they can grant you access. You may need to be a member of a particular TWikiGroups or a CERN e-group in order to access some webs.
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  1. Atlas users should also follow the instructions on AccessProtectedInformation. CMS users need to check the rules on CMSTwikiPolicy and so on. It is your local TWiki documentation manager who decides about access control, not TWiki support in IT.
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  1. Atlas users should also follow the instructions on AccessProtectedInformation. CMS users need to check the rules on CMSTwikiPolicy and so on. It is your local TWiki documentation manager who decides about access control, not TWiki support in IT.
 

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-- TwikiSupport - 10 Oct 2008
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--- TWiki Service team 28-Jun-2012

Revision 52009-12-08 - NilsHoeimyr

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Access control in TWiki at CERN

This TWiki installation is a managed Wiki, divided into Webs. Some webs are public, allowing anyone on the Internet to view the content. Many other webs are only accessible to CERN users, logged in via the CERN Single Sign on with a CERN account or CERN external account.

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  1. First make sure that you are logged on with the right username. You should normally login with the account that corresponds to the email login for your entry under TWikiUsers.
  2. If you have both an external account and a CERN account on CERN machines (lxplus etc), you should use the CERN login if you do not have write access with your external account. (As a test, you can try to edit something in the Sandbox web.)
  3. Please note that if your email address or CERN account details change, you may need to update your TWiki registration or register again.
Changed:
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  1. If you have access to TWiki, but not to pages with protected content, please contact the owners of these pages so that they can grant you access. You may need to be a member of a particular TWikiGroups in order to access some webs.
  2. Atlas users should also follow the instructions on AccessProtectedInformation.)
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  1. If you have access to TWiki, but not to pages with protected content, please contact the owners of these pages so that they can grant you access. You may need to be a member of a particular TWikiGroups or a CERN e-group in order to access some webs.
  2. Atlas users should also follow the instructions on AccessProtectedInformation. CMS users need to check the rules on CMSTwikiPolicy and so on. It is your local TWiki documentation manager who decides about access control, not TWiki support in IT.
 

Revision 42009-07-28 - PeterJones

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Access control in TWiki at CERN

This TWiki installation is a managed Wiki, divided into Webs. Some webs are public, allowing anyone on the Internet to view the content. Many other webs are only accessible to CERN users, logged in via the CERN Single Sign on with a CERN account or CERN external account.

Line: 10 to 10
 
  1. First make sure that you are logged on with the right username. You should normally login with the account that corresponds to the email login for your entry under TWikiUsers.
  2. If you have both an external account and a CERN account on CERN machines (lxplus etc), you should use the CERN login if you do not have write access with your external account. (As a test, you can try to edit something in the Sandbox web.)
  3. Please note that if your email address or CERN account details change, you may need to update your TWiki registration or register again.
Changed:
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  1. If you have access to TWiki, but not to pages with protected content, please contact the owners of these pages so that they can grant you access. (E.g. for Atlas please follow the instructions on AccessProtectedInformation.)
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  1. If you have access to TWiki, but not to pages with protected content, please contact the owners of these pages so that they can grant you access. You may need to be a member of a particular TWikiGroups in order to access some webs.
  2. Atlas users should also follow the instructions on AccessProtectedInformation.)
 

Revision 32008-10-28 - NilsHoeimyr

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Access control in TWiki at CERN

This TWiki installation is a managed Wiki, divided into Webs. Some webs are public, allowing anyone on the Internet to view the content. Many other webs are only accessible to CERN users, logged in via the CERN Single Sign on with a CERN account or CERN external account.

Changed:
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There are also webs that have restricted access to a list of users or groups, using the TWiki access controls as documented in TWikiAccessControl.
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There are also webs that have restricted access to a list of users or groups, using the TWiki access controls as documented in TWikiAccessControl. In order to access protected pages, you need to be a registered TWiki user. (If you have not yet registered, you may do so at TWikiRegistration.)
 

You cannot access pages you expect to be able to access?

  1. First make sure that you are logged on with the right username. You should normally login with the account that corresponds to the email login for your entry under TWikiUsers.
  2. If you have both an external account and a CERN account on CERN machines (lxplus etc), you should use the CERN login if you do not have write access with your external account. (As a test, you can try to edit something in the Sandbox web.)
  3. Please note that if your email address or CERN account details change, you may need to update your TWiki registration or register again.
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  1. If you have access to TWiki, but not to pages with protected content, please contact the owners of these pages so that they can grant you access.
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  1. If you have access to TWiki, but not to pages with protected content, please contact the owners of these pages so that they can grant you access. (E.g. for Atlas please follow the instructions on AccessProtectedInformation.)
 

Revision 22008-10-13 - NilsHoeimyr

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Access control in TWiki at CERN

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This TWiki installation is a managed Wiki, divided into Webs. Some webs are public, allowing anyone on the Internet to view the content. Many other webs are only accessible to CERN users, logged in via the CERN Single Sign on with a CERN account or CERN external account. There are also webs that have restricted access to a list of users or groups, using the TWiki access controls as documented in TWikiAccessControl.
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This TWiki installation is a managed Wiki, divided into Webs. Some webs are public, allowing anyone on the Internet to view the content. Many other webs are only accessible to CERN users, logged in via the CERN Single Sign on with a CERN account or CERN external account.

There are also webs that have restricted access to a list of users or groups, using the TWiki access controls as documented in TWikiAccessControl.

 

You cannot access pages you expect to be able to access?

Revision 12008-10-10 - NilsHoeimyr

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Access control in TWiki at CERN

This TWiki installation is a managed Wiki, divided into Webs. Some webs are public, allowing anyone on the Internet to view the content. Many other webs are only accessible to CERN users, logged in via the CERN Single Sign on with a CERN account or CERN external account. There are also webs that have restricted access to a list of users or groups, using the TWiki access controls as documented in TWikiAccessControl.

You cannot access pages you expect to be able to access?

  1. First make sure that you are logged on with the right username. You should normally login with the account that corresponds to the email login for your entry under TWikiUsers.
  2. If you have both an external account and a CERN account on CERN machines (lxplus etc), you should use the CERN login if you do not have write access with your external account. (As a test, you can try to edit something in the Sandbox web.)
  3. Please note that if your email address or CERN account details change, you may need to update your TWiki registration or register again.
  4. If you have access to TWiki, but not to pages with protected content, please contact the owners of these pages so that they can grant you access.

-- TwikiSupport - 10 Oct 2008

 
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