If you want to make pages on your site available only to individuals with Oxford Single Sign-On (SSO) IDs, you can use the site change request form, accessed via the 'Request a change' link, to request that access control is enabled on your site. This option can be requested at any time after site creation. Note that the level of access restriction is at only one level: any member of the University of Oxford (including students) will be able to login to view the page. If you require more flexible permissions to view content, you may wish to use a Sharepoint site as a content repository and link to the documents held there from your Mosaic site.
Once enabled, an 'Access control' tab will be visible to logged in users on each page next to the 'View', 'Edit', and 'Revisions' tabs.
The Access Controls are applied at page-level, meaning the access control needs to be applied to each page you wish to restrict to Oxford users only. Once a page has been restricted to Oxford SSO users only, non-logged-in users attempting to visit the page will see an 'Access Denied' message, which will include a login button, allowing Oxford SSO users to access the content.
Once an Oxford SSO user has logged in for the first time, they will not be required to log in to any Oxonly pages they subsequently visit.
Visibility of links to Oxonly content
Once Oxford-only content has been enabled on your site, a checkbox for controlling whether or not non-logged-in users are able to see links to content restricted to Oxford users only.
If this option is checked, links to content restricted to Oxford users only will appear with a locked padlock item. Once a user has logged in, the padlock icons will appear unlocked.