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The Sitecore security model enables you to grant or deny access to almost every aspect of a website....
The tools that you can use to manage security.
Security settings for item buckets.
The history engine saves information about changes made to items in the History table
Add a user account to Sitecore and specify the roles that the user should be member of.
Edit the users' account information, change the roles that they are members of, or delete them from...
Use the Role Manager to create new roles or to manage the existing roles.
Make sure that the roles that a user is a member of reflects changes in the user's area of responsibility...
Add members to a new role or make a role a member of another role.
With security domains you can manage user's access to different parts of Sitecore.
Create extra security domains, for example, for a website of another company or subsidiary.
The default user accounts in Sitecore.
The predefined roles that you can use to manage user authorization.
Use the Sitecore.Security.Accounts.RolesInRoles.Manager class to operate with roles in roles.
The access rights that you can assign to a user or a role on an item level.
The access rights you assign to a security account determine the access rights to items and functionality...
Grant or deny a security account the access rights to items in your system.
Get an overview of the access rights that are assigned to a security account.
The Inheritance access right determines whether an item can inherit its ancestors' access rights...
Instructions on how to restrict access to the Sitecore client
Set up the password policy for your Sitecore installation.
An administrator can force the logout of a user or increase the number of allowed users.
To work on your website, you must log in to Sitecore and select the application you want to work in.
Change your automated password when you log in for the first time.