# [LON-CAPA-cvs] cvs: loncom /html/adm/help/tex Domain_Configuration_Quotas.tex

raeburn raeburn@source.lon-capa.org
Mon, 23 May 2011 20:29:28 -0000

raeburn		Mon May 23 20:29:28 2011 EDT

Modified files:
Log:
- Information about enabling/disabling portfolios, blogs, personal information
pages for groups of users  (i.e., by status type) in domain.

--- loncom/html/adm/help/tex/Domain_Configuration_Quotas.tex:1.1	Wed Jul 23 02:41:55 2008
+++ loncom/html/adm/help/tex/Domain_Configuration_Quotas.tex	Mon May 23 20:29:28 2011
@@ -1,15 +1,25 @@
\label{Domain_Configuration_Quotas}
-to which files may be uploaded. Students can submit items from their
-portfolio to meet the requirements of assignments in their courses.
-The default quotas you set for users in your domain will be overridden
-by any quota you set for individual users.
+By default, each user in your domain can create blogs, a personal
+information page, and store files in an individual portfolio space.
+Students can submit items from their portfolio to meet the requirements
+of assignments in their courses.

-Default quotas (in Mb) can be set to vary by institutional affiliation,
+You can choose to disable personal information pages, blogs and/or portfolios
+for different groups of users defined for your domain (e.g., Faculty, Adjunct,
+Staff, Student).  If the Modify User'' utility in User Management is
+used to explicitly set availability of these tools for a particular user,
+that will override the corresponding settings determined by the user's
+affiliation.
+
+If you choose to enable portfolios, default quotas (in Mb)
+can similarly be set to vary by institutional affiliation.
If a user is affiliated with more than one group, whichever default
quota is largest for the different groups is the one which applies.
Institutional types need to be defined in a customized version of
\&inst\_usertypes() in the localenroll.pm module installed on the
primary server in your domain. If no types have been defined, then
a single default quota will apply for all users from the domain.
+
+Default portfolio quotas which can be set for users in your domain
+will be overridden by any quota you set for an individual user via:
+the Modify User'' utility.