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Edit tenant account

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You can edit a tenant account to change the display name, storage quota, or tenant permissions.

Tip If a tenant has the Use grid federation connection permission, you can edit tenant details from either grid in the connection. However, any changes you make on one grid in the connection will not be copied to the other grid. If you want to keep the tenant details exactly in sync between grids, make the same edits on both grids. See Manage the permitted tenants for grid federation connection.
Before you begin
  • You are signed in to the Grid Manager using a supported web browser.

  • You have the Root access or Tenant accounts permission.

  1. Select TENANTS.

    Tenant Accounts page
  2. Locate the tenant account you want to edit.

    Use the search box to search for a tenant by name or tenant ID.

  3. Select the tenant. You can do either of the following:

    • Select the checkbox for the tenant, and select Actions > Edit.

    • Select the tenant name to display the details page, and select Edit.

  4. Optionally, change the values for these fields:

    • Name

    • Description

    • Storage quota

  5. Select Continue.

  6. Select or clear the permissions for the tenant account.

    • If you disable Platform services for a tenant who is already using them, the services that they have configured for their S3 buckets will stop working. No error message is sent to the tenant. For example, if the tenant has configured CloudMirror replication for an S3 bucket, they can still store objects in the bucket, but copies of those objects will no longer be made in the external S3 bucket that they have configured as an endpoint. See Manage platform services for S3 tenant accounts.

    • Change the setting of Uses own identity source to determine whether the tenant account will use its own identity source or the identity source that was configured for the Grid Manager.

      If Uses own identity source is:

      • Disabled and selected, the tenant has already enabled its own identity source. A tenant must disable its identity source before it can use the identity source that was configured for the Grid Manager.

      • Disabled and not selected, SSO is enabled for the StorageGRID system. The tenant must use the identity source that was configured for the Grid Manager.

    • Select or clear the Allow S3 Select permission as needed. See Manage S3 Select for tenant accounts.

    • To remove the Use grid federation connection permission, follow the instructions for removing a tenant's permission to use grid federation.