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Drupal Essentials: How to Configure Accounts in Drupal [May 22, 2013]

Drupal Essentials: How to Configure Accounts in Drupal [May 22, 2013]

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In this class, Acquia training manager Heather James, will show you how to manage users on your site. She will also demonstrate how you can prevent potential security risks. This class will clarify how to configure accounts, plan user roles and assign permissions to help you get the functionality you need.

In this webinar, Heather will demonstrate:
• Creating roles and adding users
• Account configuration: who can login and make accounts?
• Permissions best practices
• Improving login and permissions management with contributed modules
• Profile configuration and display

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Wednesday, May 22, 2013
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