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System Default Tenant and Customer Tenant -


How to make sure that the new cis or the next ones to discover will be or will have the tenant 1 (not the System Default Tenant)


I have created a new tenant in order to identify or carry the name of the company in all cis.
For this I made an enrichment to all the discovered cis adding the new name of the tenant and eliminating the previous one (System Default Tenant) of the cis, is this the correct thing?
There are still no integrations with other products.
Should I delete the System Default Tenant from the console? Or can the two coexist?

Apparently and for this the creation of this question, I made the discovery of a server and it has been left with two tenants (System Default Tenant and Customer Tenant).

Clarification: Do not confuse Customer Tenant with the attribute / field, it is simply any name.

Thanks in advance for your contributions.


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Micro Focus Frequent Contributor
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Re: System Default Tenant and Customer Tenant -

Hello Marsella

I hope you are doing well

Regarding you question you do not need default tennat  both can co-exists without problem.

Thanks for contact our forum community.


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