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Ringtail includes settings for the portal and individual cases.
System administrators have access to the following options on the Settings page for the portal:
●Portal Options: Apply settings or enable functionality in the Ringtail portal.
●Portal Disclaimer: Add, edit, disable, or reset a portal-level disclaimer message.
●Case Finalization: Run a case finalization script after adding, changing, connecting to, or cloning a case.
●Set Service Account: Indicate whether the Ringtail Processing Framework (RPF) and SQL components should use Windows authentication or Ringtail authentication.
●RPF Coordinator: View and edit the RPF coordinator settings.
●IP Address Rules: Configure restriction rule sets for case access by user IP address, and assign the rule sets to one or more organizations.
●Content: File Type Rank: Indicate the ranking of file types to use when Ringtail imports copies of the same file with different file extensions. Administrators can add, move, and delete the file type ranking.
●Indexing Options: Set indexing options when generating indexes for use with document searches.
●Aspera Connect Server: Integrate Ringtail with Aspera Fast and Secure Protocol (FASP), for faster file uploading.
System administrators and portal administrators have access to the following page:
●Indexing: Clone settings: Use clone settings to clone all of the default portal settings or all of the settings from a selected source case, and apply them to the target case.
Use the following procedure to view the portal settings.
●On the Portal Home page, under Portal Management, click Settings.
Case settings are available to system administrators and portal administrators, and to case administrators for their cases. The case settings apply at the case level and override the default settings inherited from the portal settings at the time of case creation. The Settings page for cases provides access to the following options:
●Properties: Contains the names of all of the servers and file repositories configured for the case.
●Case Options: Apply settings or enable functionality for the selected case.
●Case Disclaimer: Add, edit, disable, or reset a case-level disclaimer message.
●Content: File Type Rank: Manage file type ranking for the selected case.
●Indexing Options: Set indexing options when generating indexes for use with document searches in the selected case.
●Analysis Options: Set up concept analysis for the selected case.
Caution: To keep case settings consistent when changing content file type, rank, indexing options, or analysis options, you must rerun indexing and enrichment.
Use the following procedure to view the case settings.
1.On the Portal Home page, under Portal Management, click Cases and Servers.
2.On the Cases page, click the name of the case.