Enterprise hub

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Enterprise wikis are meant to be used in a corporate (or organizational) context with a focus on enhancing internal knowledge sharing and a greater emphasis on features like access control, integration with other software, and document management.

To see how others organizations use MediaWiki, see MediaWiki testimonials.

If you want to collaborate with other third-party MediaWiki users, please join the mediawiki-enterprise mailing list.

For other third-party uses of MediaWiki, please see Sysadmin hub.

Access Control[edit | edit source]

Account Creation[edit | edit source]

Authentication[edit | edit source]

Extension:LDAP Authentication
Leverage an existing LDAP (including Microsoft Active Directory, Kerberos) as a single sign-on

Authorization[edit | edit source]

Access control lists (ACL)[edit | edit source]

WARNING some extensions exists but you should never trust them in reading access restrictions since there are too many holes to stuff.


Sign-on[edit | edit source]

Extension:LDAP Authentication
Leverage an existing LDAP (including Microsoft Active Directory, Kerberos) as a single sign-on
Extension:Windows NTLM LDAP Auto Auth

Display[edit | edit source]

Extension:Realnames (beta)
Display user realnames instead of the usernames (which may not be meaningful given ITIL and other username standards)

Management[edit | edit source]

Let an admin group rename any user account.

Integration with Third-Party Software[edit | edit source]

Document Management[edit | edit source]

Editing[edit | edit source]

Bundled with core, required for complex templating including most WP templates.
WYSIWYG editor sponsored by WikiMedia.
A Polished skin for MediaWiki that comes bundled by default. Enable Extension:Vector for advanced functionality for this skin.
Display citations to show where information originated. This is particularly useful when merging data from a single document on multiple wiki pages to indicate why the information is authoritative.

Navigation & Search[edit | edit source]

Navigation aid when traversing the wiki, usually used to display and highlight a category hierarchy.
Improve category listings with counters for contained pages of sub-categories.
An alternative to the default search engine, lightweight but allowing more robust indexing of content through the third-party Sphinx engine.
Extension:Lucene-search -- more complicated but more robust still, used by large wikis like Wikipedia
Extension:Semantic MediaWiki
Allows you to add meta data to content in wiki articles and providing a query language for dynamically retrieving content including properties and lists of articles.

Professional Help[edit | edit source]

See also[edit | edit source]

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