With tenant settings, you can customize your environment and enable actions to make them applicable on a per role or per lab basis. You must have the tenant administrator role to work with these settings.

You edit settings from the Tenant Management > Settings page. Settings are organized into the following sections:

Required Fields

Setting

Description

Name

Not editable. Displays the name of the tenant in the VMware Learning Platform database.

Display Name For Tenant

Name of the tenant that VMware Learning Platform displays in the user interfaces.

Custom Messages

This section contains text boxes where you can enter your own lab messages in place of the default messages. For example, for Lab Submitted for Grading, the default is Thank you for taking this lab. An instructor will grade your lab. You might change the default to Your lab will soon be graded. As a result, you can use the Custom Messages section to customize the messages sent by the labs of the current tenant.

Note:

For the Error Message For Maximum Allowed Entitlement Reached text box, the system replaces the token strings {maxAllowed} and {current} with the number of active and current entitlements.

Example: the system might return the message Only four concurrent enrollments are allowed for this lab and four enrollments already exist. You can set the values for {maxAllowed} and {current} within the User Hard Cap section.

Tenant Details

Setting

Description

Administrative Contact

Email address of the person in your organization assigned to act as your tenant’s administrative contact. You can select an email address from a pull-down of tenant user email addresses.

Allow all users to see content creator credentials

Select the check box to enable the setting.

Technical Contact

The email address of the person in your organization assigned to act as your tenant’s technical contact. You can select an email address from a drop-down menu of tenant user email addresses.

Email

VMware Learning Platform sends emails to users, such as “welcome” emails or “password change” emails. You can view the templates for these messages by clicking Email on the Update Tenant content menu.

To modify the default formats, click Click Here to Customize Your Email on the templates form. You can include any of the predefined tokens that are displayed. The Email page also includes the Return Address text box. Use this text box to update the return address for all emails sent on behalf of your tenant.

The following email templates are included:

  • Add Tenant Email

  • Change Password Email

  • Reset Password Email

  • Security Question Email

  • Welcome Email

  • Instructor Class Created Email

Entitlement Times

Entitlements refer to lab time limits and lab valid periods. A Time limit is the amount of time, in hours, users get to work on a lab. A valid period is the amount of time a lab stays active.

Setting

Description

Enforce Extension Limit For Proctor

If enabled, then the specified Maximum Extension Times also applies to proctors.

Maximum Extension Times

Sets a maximum number of times lab users can extend the time remaining for a lab. For example, a value of five means that lab users cannot extend a lab’s “time remaining” more than five times.

Time Extended per Request

Sets a value, in minutes, by which a lab’s time remaining is extended each time a user clicks Extend. For example, a value of two means the lab’s “time remaining” is extend by two minutes each time a user clicks Extend.

Time Extension Enabled

If enabled, then the lab console displays the Extend setting to the lab user.

Time Remaining to Show Danger Prompt

Sets a time value (for example, one minute) for the lab console to display a lab “time remaining” danger prompt.

Time Remaining to Show Warning Prompt

Sets a time value (for example, three minutes) for the lab console to display a lab “time remaining” warning prompt.

Event Mode

Includes settings to manage credits, event statistics, and other event parameters. A credit allows a user to take a lab. At an event, the badge scanning technology creates credits. As well, a tenant admin can add or remove a credit using the Admin UI (Security > User Controls. The User Controls page includes an Event Credits column. A tenant admin can use the column to assign a value of None, Browse, or Enroll.

If you use Event Mode for an event, several features are set up for you:

  • A seat is assigned to each (non-tenant admin) user logged into the tenant. The seat can be either traditional (Workstation) or BYOD (bring your own device). Traditional seats must have a Workstation registered with the current browser. Otherwise, when a user logs into the tenant, the system displays a prompt to choose from available BYOD sections.

    Note:

    The Event Manager provides settings to configure BYOD sections. The Edit Tenant page includes a setting called Treat Proctors as Normal Users that forces proctors and tenant admins to have assigned seats.

  • System pushes updates to the dashboard’s statistics panel (Dashboard) and Proctor dashboard widgets.

  • System enables the Raise Hand button (help requests) on the lab console.

  • System enables the Event Credit Check Enabled tenant setting. Two types of credits exist, Browse and Enroll. If the tenant uses credits during event mode, then to log in a user must have either a valid Browse or Enroll credit or a valid entitlement in the tenant. A Browse credit allows the user only to browse but not enroll into a lab. A lab user can use an Enroll credit to enroll into a lab. After the user enrolls, the system removes the credit. Events use scanning technology. To get a credit, a user’s badge must be scanned upon arriving at the HOL area. The credit ensures that the user can take only one entitlement and not stay on the station for a prolonged time.

Setting

Description

Allow users to login without providing a password

Enable or disable a password-free login.

Event Credit Check Enabled

Enable or disable credit check.

Event Dashboard Content Cycle time

At events, you can provide a dashboard that lists statistics. The dashboard is somewhat like a slide show on a continuous loop. Cycle time refers to much time each slide stays up on the dashboard before going to the next slide.

Event Mode Enabled

Causes Event items to appear on the Admin UI navigation menu.

Enables multiple settings, including seating assignments, dashboard updates for statistics and proctor information, and checks for assigning course credit.

Event Client Content Cycle Time

Similar to dashboard cycle time but refers to a slideshow that acts as a screensaver on station desktops.

Event Promo Cycle interval

Sets the time between the event promo display.

Add the credit for user on the ITN scan

For use with ITN badge scanning.

Add the user to waiting list on the ITN scan

For use with ITN badge scanning.

Seat map name (Used for adding user to the waiting list)

Assigns a name to a seat map that is used when users are added to a waiting list.

  • Lanyon API Token

  • Lanyon HOL Token

  • Lanyon API URL (include http/https)

The Lanyon settings are for badge scanning at events where registration is provided by the Lanyon events registration company. If you want to use the badge-scanning feature, contact the VMware Learning Platform staff.

Time to Live for Credits

Credits issued to a user are valid for a limited time before they expire.

Max Station Token Time

At events, VMware Learning Platform staff provides several desktops attendees can sit down and use. These desktops are known as stations. When VMware Learning Platform staff registers a station, it gets a unique seat number associated with it and a cookie to identify which station it is. The token time specifies the length of time the cookie is valid before it times out and prevents anyone from potentially stealing the cookie and using it on their own machine.

Number of Credits Granted to a User from Single Scan

Specifies the number of credits VMware Learning Platform grants when an end user’s badge is scanned. At an event, customers who want to take a lab have their badges scanned. The scanner application sends a request to VMware Learning Platform to add the specified number of credits to the user’s account.

One-time Password Length

Number of characters for a one-time password. When a tenant administrator first creates a user in VMware Learning Platform, the account must be verified. Normally, this is done by sending an email to the user with a verification link. At events, this practice can become problematic because many users might not access their email. To address this problem, VMware Learning Platform creates a random one-time password for the user (for example, 98fds788). VMware Learning Platform staff then prints the one-time password on the badges for the event so users have a known, good password, which one can use to log in the first time. After the first login, VMware Learning Platform prompts the user to set security questions and change the user's password.

Treat Proctors as Normal Users

Enable or disable allowing an event proctor to be treated by the system as a normal user.

  • Rainfocus API Profile ID

  • Rainfocus API Widget ID

  • Rainfocus API URL (include http/https)

Fields let you integrate VMware Learning Platform with the Rainfocus application. Rainfocus is an event performance management platform designed to help improve the event experience for exhibitors, vendors, and attendees.

Enable Roost Notification

Enables or disables the Roost notification application. Roost is used by the Event Proctor application. The Event Proctor application is a VMware Learning Platform application that runs on mobile devices. The application provides a convenient way for a proctor to move about the event floor and efficiently respond to help requests from students taking labs.

Event Statistics

These settings are used to collect event statistics that can be displayed during the event.

Setting

Description

Show All Historical Labs (Stats Display)

Enables or disables the historical labs display.

Event Statistics Display Start Date

Day/Month/Year/Time

Max Active Lab (Stats Display)

Maximum number of active labs to display.

Max Completed Lab (Stats Display)

Maximum number of completed labs to display.

Max Popular Labs Shown (Stats Display)

Maximum number of popular labs to display.

Max Active VM (Stats Display)

Maximum number of active virtual machines to display.

Max Completed VM (Stats Display)

Maximum number of completed virtual machines to display.

Started Labs Only (Stats Display)

Enable or disable started labs.

General Settings

Setting

Description

Allow Assignment While Deploying

Enables or disables the assignment of cloud resources before those resources are fully enabled. When enabled, the system assigns a still deploying pre-pop rather than waiting for an on-demand prepop. The result is a faster start time for labs in cases where fully provisioned cloud resources are not available.

Allow Self-Registration

Enables or disables the user self-registration. With elf-registration allows users to enter their email address and create their own accounts in VMware Learning Platform to start using labs. If the self-registration is not enabled, then a tenant admin manually creates the user using the VMware Learning Platform Admin Dashboard.

Announcements

Enables or disables the display of lab console announcements.

Autorun Compatibility Checker When User Starts the Lab

If enabled, when a user starts a lab, the system prompts the user to select whether to run a compatibility check. When run, the compatibility check shows and saves a report.

Speed Test Cloud URL

For tenants with multiple clouds, use to specify the cloud endpoint to use as the subject for VMware Learning Platform speed tests.

Name of Default Prepop Assignment Algorithm

Selects the algorithm the system uses to assign prepops after an end user starts a lab. This assignment algorithm selection is the first step of a two-step process during which the system assigns available prepops from a specific vDC. The second step is the Name of Default Prepop Assignment Preference. You can override this selected tenant-wide algorithm for a particular vApp template using the Edit Template setting. The prepop assignment algorithms are as follows:

  • VMware Learning Platform Assignment Algorithm: This is the default algorithm. It selects a prepop from any available vDC based solely upon the preference setting.

  • Most Available Prepops Sets a preference for the vDC having the most available prepops.

  • Most Available Prepops for the Template Sets a preference for the vCD having the most prepops deployed from the template being used in the assignment.

  • Most Deployments Sets a preference for the vDC having the most deployments. This deployment preference includes both prepop and assigned vApps.

  • Most Deployments of the Given Template Sets a preference for the vDC having the most deployments. This deployment preference includes both prepops and assigned vApps of the vApp templates being used.

Name of Default Prepop Assignment Preference

Selects a prepop preference if there are multiple prepops available in the assigned vDC. This prepop preference is the second step of a two-step process. The first step is the prepop assignment algorithm selection. You can override this selected tenant-wide preference for a particular vApp template using the Edit Template setting. The following preferences are supported:

  • Prefer Older: Sets a preference for the older prepops (the older the prepop, the stronger the preference).

  • Prefer Newer: Sets a preference for the newer prepops (the newer the prepop, the stronger the preference).

  • No Preference: Sets a preference randomly.

Name of Default Prepop Placement Algorithm

Selects the algorithm the system uses to place new prepop deployments in cases where a template is available in multiple vDCs. The system does not apply the selected algorithm to on-demand deployments. The algorithm you select is applied on a tenant-wide basis. You can override the selected tenant-wide algorithm for a particular vApp template using the Edit Template setting.

Changing the default placement algorithm is not a best practice. The VMware Learning Platform Default Placement Algorithm is designed to offer a balanced use of available resources. The default value is VMware Learning Platform Default Placement Algorithm.

Note:

All algorithms ignore vDCs that have exceeded their configured hard-limits for availability and avoid vDCs that have exceeded their soft-limits.The system can still select these vDCs with a reduced frequency.

  • VMware Learning Platform Default Placement Algorithm: This is the default. It attempts to balance distributions across all available vDCs. This algorithm presumes that if a vDC is available and can be used, then the system uses it. This algorithm does not use a “balancing step” to ensure equal load upon all vDCs in the near term. Instead, this algorithm leaves balancing as a side-effect of the way the system assigns prepops, which leads to a balanced use of available resources.

  • Equal By Deployed Template Count Algorithm: Attempts to have an equal number of vApps for the given template deployed in each vDC in which the template is available. This algorithm does not consider differences in resource availability in the vDCs (other than hard and soft limits) and aims only for equal numbers of deployments. This algorithm considers only the number of deployments that use the templates being used in the placement.

  • Equal By Deployment Count Algorithm: Attempts to have an equal number of vApps deployed in each vDC based solely on the count of deployments regardless of the actual resource usage of different types of vApp. This algorithm does not consider differences in resource availability in the vDCs (other than hard and soft limits) and aims only for equal numbers of deployments. This algorithm considers the total number of deployments in the vDC.

  • Equal By Resource Utilization Algorithm Attempts to distribute deployments across vDCs so that the relative resource utilization of vDCs is equal. While the system assigns more deployments to vDCs with more available resources than clouds with fewer resources available, the proportional resource utilization is similar.

Time to wait before deleting an expired vApp

Sets the amount of time the tenant keeps expired entitlements and vApps.

Min Time between Notifications About Slow Callbacks

Sets the minimum time between VMware Learning Platform notifications about slow callbacks.

Facebook Enabled

Enables or disables the Facebook feature on a lab console.

LinkedIn Enabled

Enables or disables the LinkedIn feature on a lab console.

Twitter Enabled

Enables or disables the Twitter feature on a lab console.

Offers

Enables or disables the display of lab console offers.

Query Size for Prepop Assignment

VMware Learning Platform assigns the oldest available prepop first. Once the system has found all the prepops it might assign when a user starts a lab, it can then order them by their creation date and assigns the oldest one first. The Query Size setting adds some randomness to this process by finding the available prepops, ordering them by their creation date, and then assigning one by selecting one at random from the oldest range of prepops. This oldest range is the query size for the prepop assignment value you specify.

Lab Rating Enabled

Enables or disables the lab rating feature on the lab console.

Days after which a user can rerate a lab

Sets the rating period per tenant. During this period, an end user cannot rerate a lab. For example, if set to 10 days and an end user rates a lab, then the end user cannot rate the same lab again during the next 10 days.

Length of Shortened Strings

A numerical value (minimum is 10 and maximum is 100) that specifies the length of the short strings that the system uses.

A short string is a randomly generated string the system uses in place of longer strings. The system uses a shortened string value for verification tokens and URLs when the long string is difficult to type or copy. A short string is much easier for the system to handle but must be unique within the application. The Length of Shortened Strings setting specifies the length of the generated short string and has a default value of 12. For tenants with a large user-base, you might have to increase the length of this string to ensure the uniqueness of the generated strings. The system does not strictly enforce the minimum and maximum values but values outside the valid range are moved to the closest limit when the value is used.

Time Before Shortened Strings Become Invalid

Specifies the amount of time, in minutes, that short strings remain valid. After this time, the system expires shortened strings, the long strings they represent can no longer be used. The default value represents one day. You can increase the default to give users more time to validate their accounts.

Max number of capacity units

The maximum number of capacity units.

Enable Events Menu

Makes the events menu accessible.

Instructor Settings

Setting

Description

Allow instructors to reset the lab from the class

Enables the Reset control in the Instructor-Led Lab console. The Reset control resets the vApp.

Allow instructors access to all the classes

If enabled, then an instructor can go to the Class List (click Classes > Classes) and view all the classes in the tenant. If disabled, then only those classes to which the instructor had been assigned are listed.

Allow instructors to send the new token from the class

Enables the Send New Token control on the Instructor-Led Lab console. The Send New Token control sends students of a class an email that includes a link to log in to the lab console.

Allow Instructors to see and bulk upload users to tenant

Enables instructors to access the Account List Security > User Controls. The Account List includes the Mass User Controls setting (described in the section “Adding/Removing Mass Users”). Instructors can use the Mass User Controls function to add users to the tenant with a CSV file.

Note:

Instructors can use Mass User Controls to specify only user name, first name, last name, and company. The system ignores all other columns in the CSV file. When an instructor does a mass uploads users action, the system creates those users with the Tenant User role and adds them to the All Users group.

Allow instructors to manage lab and entitlements of a class

Allows instructors to add/remove entitlements to/from a class or add/remove labs to/from a class.

Instructor can connect to inactive console

Enables or disables an instructor's ability to connect to an inactive console.

Send mail to instructor on class creation

Sends mail to a tenant instructor for a class informing them that the tenant administrator has created the class.

Interface

Setting

Description

Allow Anonymous Catalog/Lab Browsing

If enabled, allows anonymous browsing. Anonymous browsing means that users can browse the catalog even if they are not logged into VMware Learning Platform. As a result, end users can view what labs are available before registering with a site (otherwise, only registered users can view what labs are available).

Allow raw CSS styles in the manual content.

Enable or disable allowing raw CSS styles in a lab manual.

Allow Console Resizing

If enabled, then a lab user can manually resize the lab console.

Anonymous Language

Select a language for anonymous users from the drop-down menu. When an anonymous user opens the lab console, the default language is the language you selected. If no language is selected, VMware Learning Platform uses the browser default.

Console Connection Monitoring

Enable or disable console connection monitoring.

Default Console Location

Select from right, left, or center on the drop-down menu.

Disable End button until Completion Criteria (Minimum Time Spent and Percentage Steps Visited) is met

Disables the End button on the user console until after the time specified by the Minimum Time Spent for lab to be completed and Percentage of steps visited for the lab to be completed settings at Lab Management > Labs.

Number of days of data in the mean deployment time calculation

Specifies the number of days that the system uses to calculate the average deploy time.

This value defines the average shown to an end user when starting a lab. The system calculates average deployment time from data based on the preceding number of days. You can use this setting to specify the preceding number of days. The system counts every day, not just the days when the lab was taken. As a result, if a lab has not been taken for more days than the specified value then, there is no average deployment time.

Show EULA

Enables or disables the display of Service Terms. Service Terms are rules to which a person taking a lab must consent. When enabled, Service Terms are displayed when a user first takes a lab. If the lab user consents, then the Service Terms do not appear again for that user.

Customize EULA

This link opens the Service Terms List page, which lists existing Service Terms for the tenant. You can use the page to:

  • Enable or disable a particular Service Terms.

  • Edit an existing Service Terms.

  • Create Service Terms (click Create Service Terms).

Show full lab details by default in the catalog

Enable or disable the display of full lab details through Catalog List.

Display VM Thumbnails

Display of the thumbnail associated on the end user lab console in the middle tab.

Default Help Request Location

Sets location of the student help request from Nested in Help Menu or Top Level.

Instructions Panel Location

Sets default location (left or right side) of the Manual button on the instructor-led lab console.

Allow users to unenroll themselves from a lab

Enables users enrolled in a lab to unenroll themselves.

Try New Interface

Enables new, redesigned interfaces for VMware Learning Platform.

Open ‘Notes’ Pop-up On Lab Start

If enabled, then once an end user starts any lab within this tenant, the lab console displays metadata (notes, user name, and password for each VM) for the lab.

Delay for redirecting to ScreenSaver after it turned on

Sets the time to wait before redirecting a console screen to a screen saver.

Delay before starting ScreenSaver on station

Sets the time to wait before starting a screen saver on a station in a lab.

Show Catalog

Enable or disables the display of lab catalogs on the Show Catalog page.

Allow users to see a transcript certificate

Enable or disable users to view lab transcripts by clicking an entitlement key in the Transcripts List.

Show Default Welcome Tips

If enabled, then the lab console displays the tenant’s default tips and displays any tips created by the admin using the Content > Tips > Create Tip setting. If disabled, then the lab console displays only the tips created by the admin but not the default tips.

Show Estimated Deploy Time at Lab Start

If enabled, then when an end user begins a lab, the system displays an estimated time required for the lab startup. If not enabled, then the system does not display an estimated time required to start the lab.

Note:

The vApp Templates list includes the Reset Average Deploy Time Statistics setting. The setting clears the statistics for the selected template to restart the calculation for the average deploy time.

Show invite a friend links

Enables/disables display of the link on the lab console. VMware Learning Platform displays the link the right tab of the lab console within each listed lab.

Show ‘Notes’ button on Lab Console

If enabled, then the Notes button is included on the lab console for each lab within this tenant. If the end user clicks the Notes button, then the console displays metadata such as notes, user name, and password for each VM.

Show a badge on catalog lab entries for Available Now or Deployed on Demand labs

Show the warning modal on when enrolling in a lab if prepops are not available

Show Split Screen/Remote Control Link

Enables/disables display of link. VMware Learning Platform supports mobile devices for the split screen functionality such that the lab’s instructional manual appears on the mobile device while the lab console appears on a desktop or laptop.

Show UI Walkthrough

Enables/disables the lab console walk-through tour. When an end user starts a lab for the first time, the system automatically starts a guided console walk-through tour.

Show Welcome Tips

Enable or disables display of lab console Welcome Tips (per tenant).

Table of Contents Location

Customizes the location (“Nested in More Options Menu” or “Top Level”) at which the lab console displays a lab manual Table of Contents option.

User UI URL

URL for the user interface (for example, https://www.vmwarelearningplatform.com)

VM Listing Panel Location

Sets default location (left or right side) of the Consoles button on the instructor-led lab console.

Lab Builder

Setting

Description

Collect storage info for vApp Templates

Controls whether storage information for templates in Lab Builder is displayed.

Automatic Deployment pool creation

If enabled, default pools are created for new templates created in Lab Builder. Enable this setting if you want to create labs directly from Lab Builder

Perform an auto sync in the Lab builder

If enabled, VMware Learning Platform automatically syncs with the cloud to sync templates on the Lab Builder page. The recommended setting is enable.

Default catalog

Specifies which catalog is selected initially when you open the Lab Builder page

Max number of CPUs per VM

Controls the maximum number of allowed CPUs per VM for VMs created through Lab Builder

Max memory (MB) per VM

Controls the maximum allowed memory per VM for VMs created through Lab Builder

Max storage (MB) per VM

Controls the maximum allowed storage per VM for VMs created through Lab Builder.

Public catalogs visible in Lab Builder

A comma-separated list of public catalogs that must be visible in Lab Builder.

Display Lab builder resources in GB

Enable To display resources in Lab Builder in GBs. Disable to display resources in MBs.

Resources in GB significant figures

Sets how many decimal places are displayed when resource information is displayed in gigabytes in the Lab Builder. The default is 1 decimal place.

Maintenance

Setting

Description

Maintenance Mode Message

Text for the message VMware Learning Platform displays when the tenant is in maintenance mode.

Maintenance Mode

Enable or disable putting the tenant in maintenance mode.

Miscellaneous

Setting

Description

User Idle Count Down

Time in hours, minutes, and seconds after which VMware Learning Platform pauses the end user's lab due to exceeding the countdown.

User Idle Delay

Time in hours, minutes, and seconds to delay pausing a lab due to exceeding the user idle countdown.

Support Chat

Setting

Description

Live Chat

Enables or disables the Live Chat setting. If enabled, an end user taking a lab can select Help > Live Chat to open a window to chat with the support staff.

Live Chat URL

Specifies a default URL to use for live chat. You can override this URL for an individual lab from Labs > Update Settings.

Thresholds

Setting

Description

Prepop Hit/Miss Rate Period

The View Deployment Pool page lists details of the selected deployment pool. One of the details is “Hit”. A “hit” means that a user got a pre-pop when they requested. A “miss” means that the user got a full deployment of a lab and probably had to wait for a long time. Hit Rate Period specifies the number of hours for the hit rate calculation displayed in the Deployment Pool details. Changing the hit rate period only updates the values shown on the Deployment Pool details but the system does not actually make any substantive changes.

Lab End Page Timeout

Time in hours, minutes, and seconds. After a user completes a lab, VMware Learning Platform logs out a user having zero credits within the timeout specified. (Typically, a user with zero credits is at an event)

User Limits

Setting

Description

Max number of concurrent entitlements per user

Limits each user to a maximum about how many entitlements (labs) can be taken concurrently. This setting allows you to manage large online events where concurrent users can often increase quickly and greatly.

Max number of concurrent entitlements per user per lab

Limits each user to a maximum concerning multiple entitlements to the same lab. This setting allows you to manage a student during certification. For example, a student can take a lab, end it and, while the lab is in “awaiting grade status,” enroll and take the lab again.

Note:

The values you enter for the Max Number of Concurrent Entitlements per User setting and the Max Number of Concurrent Entitlements per User per Lab setting can affect a lab message.

The Custom Message section includes a lab message setting called Error message for maximum allowed entitlement reached. The message includes the strings {maxAllowed} and {current}. The system replaces those strings with the values set in the User Hard Cap section. For example, the system can return the message Only 4 concurrent enrollments are allowed for this lab and 4 enrollments already exist.

Limit the number of concurrent users

Enable or disable a cap on the number of concurrent users per tenant.

Note:

The value limits the number of concurrent users per tenant who can take labs. While many users can be logged into a tenant, the value does limit the number of the users actually taking a lab.

Alert threshold for active/committed

Sets the threshold for VMware Learning Platform to send a warning to alert users if the maximum setting is being approached.

Committed users per month

Maximum concurrent users per month (for example, a commitment of a maximum 10 concurrent users per month). This maximum does not actually limit the number of users per month. To limit the concurrent users (in the example, preventing the 11th user from taking a lab), you have to enable the “Limit the number of Concurrent Users” setting.

Note:

Committed Users per Month are not related to specific labs. Instead, the maximum regards concurrent users in your tenant. Users can take any lab more than the maximum if they do not take the labs at the same time.