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Cortex XSOAR Multi-Tenant Guide

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Multi-Tenant Guide

Sync content from the main tenant to child tenants, and run commands on multiple tenants.

After you have set up and configured Cortex XSOAR Multi-Tenant you can now start to manage the following:

  • Manage Investigations: From the main tenant, you can directly access data for all child tenants if you have permissions for those tenants. The data shows in the main tenant, and you do not need to switch between tabs or screens to view data for child tenants.

  • Manage Content: Add propagation labels to child tenants, remote repositories, and content, and then sync the content from the main tenant to child tenants.

  • Run a Command on Multiple Tenants: Run a batch command on the main tenant for all child tenants.

You can use the Tenant Navigator from within the UI to switch directly to another child tenant that you own. The tenant navigator includes the following options:

  • The Cortex Gateway link.

  • Cortex XSOAR tenants to which you have access, divided per CSP account. If there are more than 5 tenants available to switch to, a search option is available. If there are more than 5 tenants within a specific account, a list of tenants is available for that CSP account.

  • Pivot to another tenant.

    The currently chosen tenant is marked by a green Active Session label.

  • Any Dev/Prod tenant.