After you create an organization, you can modify its properties, enable or disable it, or delete it. Enable or Disable an OrganizationDisabling an organization prevents users from logging in to the organization and terminates the sessions of currently logged in users. Running vApps in the organization continue to run. Delete an OrganizationDelete an organization to permanently remove it from vCloud Director. Add a Catalog to an OrganizationYou can add a catalog to an organization to contain its uploaded and imported vApp templates and media files. An organization can have multiple catalogs and control access to each catalog individually. Editing Organization PropertiesYou can edit the properties of an existing organization, including the organization name and description, LDAP options, the catalog publishing policy, email preferences, and storage and processing limits. Managing Organization ResourcesvCloud Director organizations obtain their resources for one or more organization virtual datacenters. If an organization needs more resources, you can add a new organization virtual datacenter or modify an existing organization virtual datacenter. You can take resources away from an organization by removing or modifying an organization virtual datacenter. Managing Organization vApps and Virtual MachinesSome tasks related to managing organization vApps and virtual machines can only be performed by a system administrator. For example, system administrators can add vSphere virtual machines to an existing vApp, create a vApp based on a vSphere virtual machine, and place a vApp in maintenance mode. Migrate Tenant StorageA system administrator can migrate all of a tenant organization's vApps, independent disks, and catalog items to another datastore.