You can maintain various function in the Multi-Tenant Console.
You can back up the Multi-Tenant Console by using the backup and
restore functions in your SQL Server or PostGre database.
You can create administrative users who can configure all or some of
the Multi-Tenant Console. You can add, edit, or delete administrative users.
You can restrict access to tenants by creating partners and then
assigning the partner to the tenant.
You can create users in the Multi-Tenant Console and the assign users
to role. When you assign users to the role, it restricts user access to
specific functions in the Multi-Tenant Console. After you create a role, you
can assign the user to the role by editing the membership of the role. For
example, if you create the role "abcadmin" and you assign the privileges to the
role, and then you add the ABC Partner, the role "abcadmin" can view the
reports of ABC Partner.
When you configure partner association in Multi-Tenant Console, you
allow the Multi-Tenant Console administrator to restrict access to specified
tenants. When the administrators for the tenants log on to Multi-Tenant
Console, on the home page, they see only the content they have privileges to
view. For example, you may have configured privileges for XenMobile
applications, tenant hosts, connectors, Tomcat servers, database servers, and
tenants. These privileges correspond to tabs in Multi-Tenant Console. This
topic describes a scenario in which the administrators have privileges to view
reports. For example, they see only a Reports tab on the home page of
Multi-Tenant Console where they can access a Customer Inventory or a Customer
Usage report. The reports appear as a table with multiple columns of data
listing information, such as:
- Hosting Region
- Service Activation
- Licensed Devices
- Software Version
- Service URL
- Number of Users