Admin and Client Domains

What is a domain?

Domain names are used in various networking contexts and for application-specific naming and addressing purposes. In general, a domain name identifies a network domain or an Internet Protocol (IP) resource, such as a personal computer used to access the Internet, or a server computer. Domain names are often used to identify services provided through the Internet, such as websites and email services.

Domains in OPS-COM

There are two aspects of the OPS-COM system; the Admin Portal and the User Portal. After setup, you will be able to access your OperationsCommander Admin console at and your clients can access OPS-COM at You will need to reference the URL for the User Portal on any communications you have with your clients.

Please note, www. should not be communicated as part of the domain name.

Setting up a Landing Page for your Administrators

Admin Landing Page in OPS-COM

When you sign in to OPS-COM initially, you are presented with a landing page. This message is referred to as the Admin Dashboard. This landing page can be modified or edited to allow organizations to display important information to System Administrators and staff. Some information you may want to display on this page are pricing, contact, scheduling, and organizational information, legal notices, and general information. This is typically the default look of the Admin Dashboard:


Please follow along with OperationsCommander’s public training wiki here:

While setting up the system messaging for your landing page, we discuss the option of working with HTML and shortcodes. Shortcodes are small bits of code that allow you to do various things with little effort. They allow you to implement functionality that would normally require complicated code to use. In OPS-COM, a shortcode is a small body of code surrounded by [ ] used to display complex templates or features. Shortcodes limit the technicality of our system by offering a convenient way to add interactive content without having to know how to script or code.