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If the Organization component is enabled on your appliance, you can create and manage separate organizations, with separate inventory and settings, to meet your business needs.
TIP: If the Organization component is enabled on your appliance, but you do not see the drop-down list in the top-right corner of the Administrator Console next to the login information, there are two possibilities: Either fast switching is not enabled, or your user role does not have permission to manage organizations.
Organizations are logical instances of an appliance that run on a single appliance. Each organization is supported by its own database, and you manage each organization’s inventory and other components separately.
For example, in a school environment, you could create one organization for teachers and another organization for students. You could then automatically assign managed devices to each organization and manage them separately. Further, you could assign organization-specific roles to administrators and users to control their access to the appliance Administrator Console and User Console. Administrators in one organization would not need to view the devices and inventory items in the other organization. You can add up to 50 organizations on a single appliance.
For information about configuring general organization settings for the appliance, see Configure appliance General Settings with the Organization component enabled.
The organization named Default is the only organization that is available when you first set up the appliance. New devices that are not assigned to an organization by a filter are assigned to the Default organization.
You can rename the Default organization and edit its settings as needed. See Add or edit organizations.
If History subscriptions are configured to retain information, you can view the details of the changes made to settings, assets, and objects.
This information includes the date the change was made and the user who made the change, which can be useful during troubleshooting. See About history settings.
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