About this Help

This Help describes how to administer the Adobe® LiveCycle® Enterprise Suite 4 (ES4) applications and services and how to configure system settings to improve performance. It also provides administrators with details about the administrative tasks that keep the LiveCycle installation running smoothly. Subject areas that are discussed include database table maintenance, error logging files, system troubleshooting, and system backup recommendations.

The Help includes the following topics:

Configure general LiveCycle settings: How to use Core System Settings to help improve system performance.

Setting up and managing domains: How to configure enterprise, local, and hybrid domains for use with LiveCycle.

Configuring User Management: How to configure Adobe® User Management, including time-outs, batch sizes, and enabling single sign-on (SSO).

Setting up and organizing users: How to add and configure LiveCycle users.

Connecting to a content management system: How to connect to an enterprise content management (ECM) system.

Managing certificates and credentials: How to configure certificates and credentials that are required to create secured files.

Importing and managing applications and archives: How to import and manage application that were created in Adobe® LiveCycle® Workbench 11. Also how to import and manage LCAs that were created in Workbench 8.x.

Managing Services: How to stop, start, and configure services that are part of LiveCycle.

Managing Endpoints: How to configure and enable endpoints. Before a service can be used, you must configure and enable an endpoint. Endpoints specify how the service is invoked. In Workbench, endpoints were called start points.

Configuring Reader Extensions: How to configure credentials and other settings for Adobe® LiveCycle® Reader Extensions 10.

Working with PDF Generator: How to configure Adobe® LiveCycle® PDF Generator 11 as well as convert your documents by using the Administration Console web pages.

Configuring SSL: How to create SSL credentials and configure SSL on the application server.

Working with Rights Management: How to configure Adobe® LiveCycle® Rights Management 11 and manage settings for policies, policy sets, documents, events.

Configuring Forms: How to configure settings for Adobe® LiveCycle® Forms Standard 11.

Configuring Output: How to configure settings for Adobe® LiveCycle® Output 11.

Configuring Process Management: How to configure Adobe® LiveCycle® Process Management 11, including setting up out-of-office and business calendars, as well as administering processes, operations, and tasks.

Configuring Workspace: How to configure settings that affect Adobe® LiveCycle® Workspace 11.
Note: The Flex Worksapce is deprecated for AEM forms release. It is available for the LiveCycle ES4 release.

Health Monitor: How to use Health Monitor to verify that your system is running properly, view information to help diagnose system problems as they occur, and perform operations on work items or jobs displaying problems.

Maintaining LiveCycle: The maintenance tasks and configurations that are required to keep your LiveCycle installation performing smoothly.

Maintaining the LiveCycle Database: How to keep your LiveCycle database working properly and improve database performance.

Maintaining the Application Server: How to keep your LiveCycle application server running efficiently and improve application server performance.

LiveCycle Backup and Recovery: How to back up and recover the LiveCycle application data.

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