In this video we take a look at a couple of ways of denying rights to content in Sitecore: explicit and inheritance denials. Although the inheritance denial is generally recommended, there is time and place for both. Watch this video to understand the difference and recommended applications.
Very frequently Sitecore developers create content that must remain in a certain location. Sitecore provides us a very useful feature to ensure no changes can be made to a particular item via item protection “Read Only” setting. This setting is much more powerful than removing write access to the item; watch this video to find out […]
In this episode we take a look at the P3P header requirement for the FXM to work properly with Internet Explorer 8, 9, 10 and 11. The P3P or Platform for Privacy Preferences is a legally binding agreement between the service provider and a user and can be used to take legal actions against the […]
Friday Sitecore Best Practice: Stay Secure by Disabling the Admin Account and Encrypting All CMS Traffic
This is a very important , I would say – an essential episode on security! In this video we cover a couple of tips on security. First, we look at the reasons why we want to disable the admin account to decrease the the risk of someone hacking that account. Second, we cover the importance of […]
In this episode we look at the danger of copying the Data folder to the Sitecore IIS root folder, Website. It seems obvious from the sidelines, however, this is way too often to fix the “missing license” error that Sitecore throws if the “dataFolder” setting hadn’t been updated to point to the proper location of […]
In this episode we talk about the importance of changing the Media.RequestProtection.SharedSecret setting and the possible consequences that await you, if you don’t.