Administering common areas
Administer the common areas of IBM
Configure Activities to best meet the needs of your environment.
Administer site-wide settings for Blogs from either the Blogs user interface or via the wsadmin client.
You configure and administer Bookmarks using scripts accessed using the wsadmin client. Changes to Bookmarks configuration settings require a restart of the Bookmarks server before they take effect. Changes made using administrative commands take effect immediately.
You configure and administer Communities using scripts accessed using the IBM WebSphere
Application Server wsadmin client.
You administer Files using the wsadmin client to specify properties in a configuration file, or run administrative commands.
Use the wsadmin client to administer Forums by specifying properties in a configuration file or running administrative commands.
Administering the Home page
You can administer site-wide settings for the Home page from the Home page administration user interface or using the wsadmin client.
Administer metrics in IBM
Connections by modifying configuration settings, backing up data, and running commands to perform maintenance tasks.
You can use the mobile version of IBM
Connections to perform common tasks from a mobile device.
Profiles provides two types of administrative capabilities: configuration settings and administrative commands. You change configuration settings and execute administrative commands by running scripts from the wsadmin command line.
You administer Wikis using the wsadmin client to specify properties in a configuration file, or run administrative commands.
Administering Search and the News repository
You can administer infrastructure applications, such as the Search application and the News repository, by running administrative commands from the wsadmin command line.