Administration Basics




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:


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:

For more information see our Help article on Cabinet Administration Basics.

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