This topic describes how to set up an Episerver cloud account, and to get access to the self-service capabilities included in Episerver Customer-Centric Digital Experience Platform. The Episerver cloud account identifies a user and ensures that proper authorization is applied when accessing information for your DXP projects.
You need an organizational email address like email@example.com, associated with an enabled business Microsoft Live account. If your organization already has a verified Microsoft account, you can also use this.
Note: Generic accounts like firstname.lastname@example.org, or private hotmail-type accounts like email@example.com, cannot be used.
How it works
- Request access.
Submit the following form for each customer/environment for which you want access. Make sure you provide correct and complete information. When Episerver receives the information, you are normally granted access within 3 business days. You receive an email notification when access is provided.
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- Confirm the invitation and log in.
After you receive an invitation email from Episerver, you can log in to the dashboard and the portals.
Last updated: Apr 02, 2020