Here are the first steps we recommend:
Configure V-Tenant: segment your enterprise into specific groupings like agency, city, or department. This helps with managing addresses, licensing, and concerns based on these groupings.
Set permissions: manage access rights for different roles within your organization. Ensure that each user has appropriate permissions to access specific resources. For example, the regional administrator in Chicago should only have access to objects in that office, while the finance manager can only view licensing and service usage reports.
License pools: manage allocated licenses within your organization and assign them to specific agencies or business units. This ensures that each agency uses only the allotted number of licenses. If the Taxation Agency hires new employees, CoreView will indicate that their licenses have been consumed, preventing them from using licenses not owned by them. This encourages an internal "true-up" before purchasing new licenses.
Invite operators: create new CoreView operators and manage their roles and responsibilities within the organization.
Configure all settings: access and configure all of CoreView's options from the centralized hub.
Configure playbooks: select the policies you want to view or create new policies or playbooks using CoreView.