You can edit general tenant settings on the General tab.
On the General Info tab, enter information as described in the following table.
Most text boxes are optional. Only text boxes marked with an asterisk (*) are required.
|Unique name for the tenant
Note: You cannot reuse the name of a tenant that was previously deleted.
|User name for tenant administrator
|To enable Super Tenant capabilities for the tenant, select the check box. Make sure that you have prepared the required infrastructure for the Super Tenant beforehand. For more information, see Super Tenants.
|Sync Gold Patterns
| To enable image sync for the tenant, select the check box. If you have multiple Desktop Managers registered to a tenant within the same data center , you can use this feature to:
|Disable AVDB/EDB Failover
|Disables database failover for AVDB and EDB
|Local Admin Access
To display credentials for the local admin, click the Show Info button. To reset the password, click the Reset Password button.
|Phone number for the tenant administrator
|Email for the tenant administrator
|Technical contact name
|Name of the technical contact
|Technical contact phone
|Phone number for the technical contact
|Technical contact email
|Email for the technical contact
|CRM System URL
|Location of the CRM system for this tenant. This does not appear as a link anywhere.
|Technical Support URL
|This URL appears as the Support link on the Enterprise Center.
|Style Sheet URL
|You can use the style sheet URL to customize the look of the tenant's Enterprise Center. See Add an External Style Sheet for more information.
|License File URL
|URL that points to a valid PDF file
|Business Support URL
|This URL appears as the Business link on the Enterprise Center.
|Max Concurrent Refresh
Maximum number of VMs that the tenant admin can refresh concurrently per pool. This setting only affects RDS server pools and dynamic non-persistent pools. The recommended value is five or less, depending on your infrastructure performance.
|Max Desktop Count Per DM
| Maximum number of VMs per desktop manager (pod), both in desktop assignments and in farms. This includes VMs created in earlier versions of the product, but does not include Utility or Imported desktops. The default value is 2,000.
When a user is creating or editing an assignment or farm and the remaining capacity displayed appears to be too low, it might be because this limit has been reached.