A Repository is a top-level administrative entity that contains Cabinets which contain your documents. At this level, a Repository Administrator can do the following:
- Change billing information and numbers of users
- Add and Remove Users and Groups (including Repository Administrators)
- Configure Advanced Authentication.
- Define custom document profile attributes and upload attribute values (see sample tables here)
- Remove a non-member from all ShareSpaces
- Request a Consolidated Activity Log
- Upload Favorite Workspaces Lists
- Create and delete Cabinets
- Set a default List View for the Repository
See our Repository Administrator's Guide.
Cabinets contain the Repository's documents and can be administrated separately by one or more Cabinet Administrators (who may or may not also be Repository Administrators). A Repository may have one or more Cabinets. Each Cabinet is independent of the other. User Groups, that are defined by a Repository Administrator, are assigned by a Cabinet Administrator and granted the necessary level of security. Cabinets serve varying purposes – one may be designated for internal firm documents and another might be used as a client extranet.
A Cabinet Administrator can do the following with a Cabinet:
- Change the Cabinet name & apply a Cabinet logo
- Modify Cabinet security & access
- Designate Cabinet Administrators
- Modify folder settings and access
- Activate custom profile fields
- Define a workspace template
- Configure Echoing across workstations on a LAN
- Calculate Cabinet storage
- Delete the Cabinet
For more information see our Help article on Cabinet Administration Basics.