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On Demand Global Settings Current - User Guide

Working with On Demand Overview of On Demand Signing up for On Demand Managing organizations and regions Adding users to an organization Tenant Management On Demand Home page Settings Documentation roadmap Technical Support

Working with On Demand

Welcome to On Demand. For an overview of the application, see Overview of On Demand. Use the links below for information on using On Demand.

Signing up for On Demand

On Demand software is hosted in the cloud by Quest Software and made available to users through the internet. This section contains information regarding signing up for the On Demand service.

On Demand management is based on the concept of organizations. An On Demand organization can subscribe to modules. Organization administrators can use the tools provided by the modules to perform administrative actions on Azure AD tenants.

Trial licenses are available. See "Product Licensing" in the Global Settings Release Notes.

Tenant Management

A tenant houses the users in a company and the information about them. You must add a tenant in order to manage the tenant properties using an On Demand module.

Adding users to an organization

Once you have created an organization, you can add additional users and determine what tasks each user can perform.

On Demand Home page

After signing in, users see the Dashboard. In addition to a tile for each module, the Dashboard displays statistics and operational data for your tenant.

Settings

Configure On Demand for your organization.

Documentation roadmap

Links to the User Guide and Release Notes for each module.

Technical Support

Resources for On Demand technical support.

 

Overview of On Demand

On Demand is a cloud based management platform that provides access to multiple Quest Software tools for Microsoft product management through a unified interface. Cloud based is a term that refers to applications, services or resources made available to users on demand via the Internet. Quest On Demand is a Software as a Service (SaaS) application where application software is hosted in the cloud and made available to users through quest-on-demand.com.

On Demand management is based on the concepts of organizations, modules, and Azure Active Directory (AD) tenants. When you sign up for the On Demand service, you create an organization. The organization can subscribe to modules. Organization administrators can use the tools provided by the modules to perform administrative actions on Azure AD tenants.

Each management tool is referred to as a module. Currently, the following modules are available:

On Demand Global Settings refers to management tools and configuration settings that apply to all On Demand modules. This includes tenant management tasks and downloading activity trail logs.

Organizations

On Demand administration is based on organizations. When a user signs up for On Demand, an organization is created.

You can add users to an organization. To add a user, click Settings in the navigation panel on the left and then click Permissions.

Azure Active Directory tenants

Microsoft Azure also uses the concept of an organization. An Azure Active Directory (Azure AD) tenant is representative of an organization. It is a dedicated instance of the Azure AD service that an organization receives and owns when it signs up for a Microsoft cloud service such as Azure, Microsoft Intune, or Office 365. Each Azure AD tenant is distinct and separate from other Azure AD tenants.

A tenant houses the users in a company and the information about them - their passwords, user profile data, permissions, and so on. It also contains groups, applications, and other information pertaining to an organization and its security. For more information see this Microsoft help page.

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