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How to Determine if Organization Component is Enabled?

Another basic question I can't seem to find in the Admin guide or Google (although, to be fair, I have not exhaustively read every word of either source).

How do I know if my K1000 has the Organization Component enabled or not?

Thanks!

/Kent


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  • Im in the same boat here. - lama01 9 months ago

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Posted by: JasonEgg 3 years ago
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You will see various org options in Settings > General Settings. If not, orgs not enabled.

EDIT: I forgot to mention you have to login to [kbox]/system to view these settings


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  • So in other words, you have to know both systems before you can know what system you have?

    There really needs to be a simple "Orgs are enabled" display somewhere, perhaps on the "About K1000" page. - kentwest 3 years ago
    • Earlier I didn't include the "system" detail above, sorry about that. Also, if settings are default, you can view orgs you have access to by clicking your username in the upper-right corner of any KACE page. - JasonEgg 3 years ago
      • I can log into my k1000 at k1000.domain/admin OR k1000.domain/system, and everything looks the same to me (but then, I don't know what to look for to see differences).

        When I log into /system, my name pull-down at the top-right corner says, "User Console", "My Profile", and "Log Out". When I go into Settings / General Settings and search for "org", I find one hit in the Welcome Message, one at "Organization Locale", and one at "Database Name: ORG1". Does this mean I have the Organization Component enabled? If so, if the component was not enabled, I wouldn't be able to log into /System, or see the latter two instances of "org"?

        And the enabling/disabling of the Organization Component is not under my control, except via the license which I purchase?

        Thanks! - kentwest 3 years ago
      • Even if you don't have orgs enabled, everything will occur in "ORG1." So if you see no settings for "organizations" and no mention of "ORG2" etc. then you do not have orgs.

        And, yes: the license which you purchase. - JasonEgg 3 years ago
      • So, back to my original conclusion: You have to know what you have in order to know what you have.

        There really needs to be a simple "Orgs are enabled" display somewhere, perhaps on the "About K1000" page.

        Thanks, anyway! - kentwest 3 years ago

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