After deploying Oracle Content and Experience, you have a few main tasks to perform to get Oracle Content and Experience up and running:
This topic assumes you've already performed the tasks described in Deploy Oracle Content and Experience, including creating groups, assigning roles, adding users, and assigning users to groups.
Perform the following tasks, as necessary:
Set service defaults such as user quotas, link behavior, file type and size restrictions, and virus scan options. See Configure Documents Settings.
Another important default to set is the default role given to new folder members. See Set the Default Resource Role for New Folder Members.
If your company uses single sign-on (SSO), you’ll want to enable SSO. See Enable Single Sign-On (SSO).
You might want to perform some of the following tasks to get the most out of Oracle Content and Experience:
Introduce your users to Oracle Content and Experience and let them know who to contact if they have questions. See Provide Sign In and Get Started Information to Users.
Optionally, push the desktop app out to your users. See Deploy the Desktop App.
To take your user experience even further, integrate Oracle Content and Experience with your other business applications. See Integrate the Service.