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EMS Administration Guide

Multitenancy

With EMS multitenancy, you can create multiple sites to provide granular access to different sites for different administrators and separate endpoint data and configuration into different sites. The site are completely separate from each other and cannot share data between them. For example, if an administrator only has access to Site A, they cannot view data from any other site. EMS supports up to 500 multitenancy sites.

The following sections detail how to enable multitenancy and multitenancy-specific setings.

When multitenancy is enabled, Fabric connectors must use an FQDN to connect to EMS, where the FQDN hostname matches a site name in EMS (including "Default"). The following are examples of FQDNs to provide when configuring the connector to connect to the default site and to a site named SiteA, respectively: default.ems.yourcompany.com, sitea.ems.yourcompany.com.

Multitenancy

With EMS multitenancy, you can create multiple sites to provide granular access to different sites for different administrators and separate endpoint data and configuration into different sites. The site are completely separate from each other and cannot share data between them. For example, if an administrator only has access to Site A, they cannot view data from any other site. EMS supports up to 500 multitenancy sites.

The following sections detail how to enable multitenancy and multitenancy-specific setings.

When multitenancy is enabled, Fabric connectors must use an FQDN to connect to EMS, where the FQDN hostname matches a site name in EMS (including "Default"). The following are examples of FQDNs to provide when configuring the connector to connect to the default site and to a site named SiteA, respectively: default.ems.yourcompany.com, sitea.ems.yourcompany.com.