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Group categories are managed by site administrators in the :ref:`groups area <group_categories>` of the administration.
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The `comprehensive guide for setting up a Mahoodle <>`_ can be consulted when connecting Mahara and Moodle.
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Refer to the :ref:`share options <share>` for regular portfolio pages and collections for further information.
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The process of uploading and managing files is very similar to files in your personal :ref:`files area <files_area>`.
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Please `follow the configuration instructions on the wiki <>`_ for enabling this feature on your site. You need access to the server to do so.
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If you deselect "Match username attribute to remote username", you get an error message which talks about the config setting for "usersuniquebyusername". Please refer to the :ref:`experimental feature of the "usersuniquebyusername" variable <usersuniquebyusername>` for more information.
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Located in ../source/administration/institutions.rst:512
Refer to the comprehensive guide about setting up `Mahoodle <>`_, the combination of Mahara and Moodle, for step-by-step instructions on how to set everything up on the Moodle side and on Mahara. The guide explains the steps for both Moodle 1.9 and Moodle 2.x.
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Located in ../source/administration/institutions.rst:816
You can also give staff rights on the :ref:`user account settings page <site_account_settings>`.
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You can also give admin rights on the :ref:`user account settings page <user_institution_settings>`.
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The cron job is very important in Mahara as a number of vital tasks are only performed when it is running. You can find more information of how to set it up `in the wiki <>`_. |new in Mahara 1.6| If the cron is not running or only partially running, that information is displayed in red.
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Located in ../source/administration/overview.rst:121
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Contributors to this translation: Kristina Hoeppner, Ralf Hilgenstock, Stefanie Berger, Stephan Woidowski.