This dialog is divided into two independent sections - Permissions and Access
Here you can specify the document-level permissions for the given document. Please see the Authorization (permissions) chapter for more details.
Local and global permissions
Please remember that the local permissions are combined with global permissions defined for roles in the CMS Desk -> Administration -> Permissions dialog as described in the Authorization (permissions) chapter.
Here you can configure if the page is accessible by public (anonymous) visitors or if it's only available to users who sign in with their user name and password. If you choose the option Inherits, the value is inherited from the parent document.
Please read the Secured website areas chapter for more details.
You can also specify if the give page or website section requires SSL (HTTPS) protocol. If you set it to Yes, the CMS automatically redirects the user to the URL with https:// protocol.
|•||Yes - authentication is required to access the page|
|•||No - authentication is not required to access the page|
|•||Inherits - value of the setting is required from the parent page|
|•||Yes - users trying to access the page will be redirected to the HTTPS URL of the page|
|•||No - users trying to access the page will access the page via the protocol from that they are comming (i.e. they will not be explicitly redirected to the secured URL, but if they are coming from a secured URL, they will access the page via secured URL)|
|•||Inherits - settings of the parent page will be used|
|•||Never - users trying to access the page will be explicitly redirected to the non-secured version of the page|