Configuration

Updated date: 20 February 2018
There are several authentication modes to access the Octopus Web Portal. The different authentication modes are described in the sections below.
Updated date: 30 April 2017
The multiteam collaboration has been created to improve the work between teams and facilitate the delivery of requests with a common goal. The multiteam simplifies the creation of requests with the possibility to share tasks that affect multiple services in the company.  Hence the multiteam...
Updated date: 20 February 2018
It is possible to integrate and track all the changes implying the IT Department in an efficient and centralised manner by using the Octopus Changes module. This article describes the functional use of the module. 
Updated date: 12 July 2017
ITIL recommends that an incident priority is derived from the Impact and the Urgency, based on the context of an organization. Octopus can derive automatically an incident priority by selecting the impact and urgency of a incident.
Updated date: 10 April 2017
Octopus can send automated emails to keep the users, internal and external assignees, and more informed of different situations. Therefore it is important that the information communicated be pertinent. But as most companies have their own terms and procedures we allow the configuration of most...
Updated date: 10 November 2017
Octopus’ Automated Approvals Solution enables you to effectively implement the global execution process of a request when an approval is required.  This document will run you through the concepts that support this solution. It was developed in order to consider several approval modes that...
Updated date: 25 July 2018
Service Asset and Configuration Management process is managed in Configurations module; it represents the heart of Octopus due to the relations that can be established between its components and all other modules. It is often referred as the CMDB. This article explains how to set up...
Updated date: 10 April 2017
From Octopus interface, all incident templates and service request types are accessible. However, to put them available on the Web Portal, they must be designated visible to users. 
Updated date: 8 May 2017
It is possible to restrict access to your Web portal to a range of IP addresses. Only people using the IP address included in the range will be able to access the Web Portal, and people outside the range would be access denied. 
Updated date: 20 February 2018
The Octopus Web Portail is a very important element that allows users to open their requests on their own. To make it more user friendly, it is possible for users to launch the Octoups Web Portal without having to enter their username and password. 

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