Welcome to the User Guide for WANdisco's Access Control Plus.
Access Control Plus delivers a single, easy-to-use point-and-click solution that fully protects valuable source code across all of your Subversion and Git repositories. It is designed to work in conjunction with WANdisco's SCM replication products or as a standalone solution. Integration with LDAP and Active Directory ensures that users are automatically assigned to the Subversion and Git teams that correspond to their authentication server groups. Security administrators can delegate authority to team leads to further reduce administrative overhead.
1. Using this guide
- Deployment Guide
- This section describes the evaluation and review process, up to the actual software installation. Use the Deployment Guide to get set up. If you need to make changes on your platform, check the Deployment Checklist to ensure that you won't impact Access Control Plus's operation.
- Admin Guide
- This section describes the common actions and procedures that are required to manage Access Control Plus in a deployment. It includes how to set up Access Control elements such as Accounts, Teams, and Rules, as well as basic administrative tasks such as restarting the Access Control Plus software. Use the Admin Guide if you need to know how to do something.
- Reference Guide
- This section describes Access Control's admin console. It shows the screens you'll see in the UI and explains the functionality. Use the Reference Guide for information about the UI and Access Control Plus's architecture.
2. Get support
See our online Knowledgebase which contains updates and more information.
We use terms like node and replication group, and define them in the Glossary. This contains some industry terms, as well as WANdisco product terms.
For more information about Subversion MultiSite, Git MultiSite, and WANdisco's replication technology see:
If you need more help raise a case on our support website.
Note: When you raise a case on the WANdisco support website, you should provide a talkback file. See Reporting problems: talkback.
3. Give feedback
4. Note the following
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5. Release Notes
View the Release Notes. These provide the latest information about the current release, including lists of new functionality, fixes, and known issues.