Who is this article for?
CrashPlan for Enterprise, no.
Code42 for Enterprise, yes.
CrashPlan for Small Business, yes.
This article applies to on-premises authority server version 3.
The Settings > Organizations options specify the default organization settings (storage quotas, destinations, reporting, and security) for any new organizations you create. These top-level settings also affect settings for organizations that are configured to inherit the top-level settings.
If inheritance is disabled for an organization, that organization is not affected by changes to its parent organization.
|a||Maximum seats||Maximum number of active client seat licenses.|
|b||Move deactivated archives to cold storage for||Period of time to store archives from deactivated devices. After this period expires, the archives will be deleted from the store point's file system.|
|c||Disk quota||Total amount of storage the entire organization is allowed to consume.|
|d||User disk quota||Total amount of storage each user is allowed to consume across all devices.|
|e||User mobile quota||Total number of mobile devices (iOS, Android, etc.) that are allowed to access the organization.|
|f||Web restore limit*||Amount of data that users are allowed to restore in a single web restore session.|
|g||Web restore limit for org admins*||Amount of data that organization managers are allowed to restore during a web restore. Note that this quota applies only to organization managers, not organization administrators.|
* Note: Default web restore limit is set to 250 MB. While this limit can be adjusted to suit specific production deployments, please note that zip files have inherent size limitations. Our Customer Champions have observed that file selections larger than 1 GB have a higher likelihood of failing. Web restores are primarily intended to provide quick, small downloads for emergency situations, or when other restore methods are not available. Large restores should either be done through the CrashPlan app or using the push restore feature.
|a||Destinations||Enable or disable backup to each of the configured destinations for users within this organization.|
|b||Account devices||When enabled, users are permitted to back up to other devices within their own accounts.|
|c||Local folders||When enabled, users are permitted to back up to local folders (local hard disk or external drives).|
|a||Send backup report||Enable to send backup reports to organization administrators for this organization. Choose which days of the week you'd like to receive reports.|
|b||Recipients||Displays currently configured report recipients. The default is None until an administrator adds recipients.|
|c||Additional recipients||Email addresses of additional people you'd like to receive reports. Click the + to add each email address from the text field to the list of report recipients.|
|d||Warning||Specifies the warning alert threshold. Devices that have not backed up to any destination for longer than the warning threshold are included in warning alert emails and highlighted in yellow in the Code42 console.|
|e||Critical||Specifies the critical alert threshold. Devices that have not backed up to any destination for longer than the critical threshold are included in critical alert emails and highlighted in red in the Code42 console.|
List of LDAP servers.
|b||RADIUS||List of RADIUS servers. |
|c||Default User Roles||Enter one or more roles and click the + to set the role(s) as default for all new users in your top-level organization.|