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The Oxygen Content Fusion Enterprise Server solution includes an Administration Page where you can configure various options.

Signing in to the Administration Page

  1. Use the IP address shown in the VM console to access the web interface of Oxygen Content Fusion. The address should be https://<server-address>:9080.
    Note: By default, Oxygen Content Fusion uses a self-signed certificate. If you did not change it, the browser will display a security warning. Continue (for example, if you are using Edge or Internet Explorer, click Details and then Go on to the webpage).
  2. Log in with the credentials you configured in the initial setup.

General Tab

This tab contains the following options:

Domain Name
Displays the IP address or DNS name of your server and you can change it.
HTTPS enabled for Content Fusion
Select this option if you want to enable HTTPS protocol for your users. When you select this checkbox, it will expand and provide options to upload your certificate and private key in PEM format. The key should be unencrypted.

After you upload your certificate, the information in the displayed TLS certificate table will be updated accordingly.

Note: Make sure that the certificate file you upload includes any intermediate certificates that your HTTPS certificate depends on. The certificates should be concatenated and the certificate for your domain should be included first.

Click Save to apply your changes and then restart the browser.

License Tab

If a license key has been activated on your server, this tab simply contains a Manage License button. Clicking this button opens a license management and statistics page.

If a license key has not been activated, you have two options:
  • If you have already received a license key, choose the Already have a license key option, paste your license key in the text field and press Activate.
  • Otherwise, choose the Request a trial license key option and complete the request form.

Mail Tab

This tab contains the following options:

Mail configuration
Enter your email server settings in this section.
Select this option if your email server is configured to use STARTTLS.
SSL on connection
Select this option if your email server accepts SSL connections and specify the port.
Sender email address
This is the email address that will be listed as the sender when emails are sent by Content Fusion to users. The default address is: noreply@content-fusion-server-address.

Click Save to apply your changes.

Authentication Tab

This tab contains the following option:

Use LDAP Authentication
Select this option is you want to use your own LDAP configuration instead of the built-in authentication. When you select this checkbox, it will expand and provide options to configure the details of your LDAP authentication.
Note: If your LDAP server uses a self-signed SSL certificate, select the Use SSL option and choose your certificate.
Tip: It is also possible to configure your Oxygen Content Fusion Enterprise Server to accept Google or GitHub authentication.

Click Save to apply your changes.

Web Author Tab

This tab contains a Manage Web Author button. Clicking this button opens the Oxygen XML Web Author Administration Page. This page provides options for configuring the visual editor that is used in Oxygen Content Fusion. For example, you can upload your own custom frameworks using this page.


This tab contains the following sections and options:

Maintenance Mode
Click the Enable Maintenance Mode button to enable a maintenance mode that prevents users from accessing the server during this time. This allows you to perform maintenance tasks without the risk of corrupting data. Users will see a message in the Content Fusion browser interface letting them know that the site is temporarily down for maintenance purposes.
Announcement Banner
Click the Configure Message if you want to display a message at the topic of each Content Fusion page. This is helpful if you need to post announcements (such as announcing changes, maintenance schedules, or upgrade information).
To disable the message, simply configure the message with empty content.
Content Fusion stores user profiles and task metadata in a database that is backed up every 60 minutes. In this section, you can see a list of the latest backups and you have access to the following options:
  • Create Database Backup - Click this button to create a new backup of the database. Prior to clicking that button, you can also use the Custom backup name text field to specify a particular name, useful for identifying the newly created backup.
  • Restore Database from Backup - You can select a particular backup listed in this section and then click the Restore Database from Backup button to restore the database to that selected backup.
Note: To create a full Content Fusion backup that contains tasks metadata, tasks files, user profile, and configuration information, see Backing Up Content Fusion Data.
Click the Show Logs button to open a page where you can view or download server logs.