Each OneCloud organization, also known as a tenant, can be configured with specific settings that meet your company’s security requirements. These settings can only be configured by a designated OneCloud tenant administrator.

Accessing Organization Settings

Access organizational settings by navigating to Admin ➡️ Org Settings.

📓 At the top of the Organization Settings, you will notice a Referral URL. Each OneCloud tenant has a unique URL which ties into OneCloud’s reseller program. For most OneCloud clients, this setting can be ignored.

Changing the Company Name

The OneCloud Platform allows for you to change your company name. This does not affect your tenant name or the name visible in the URL of your application. To change your Company Name follow these steps:

  1. Hover over the name to display the edit pencil

  2. Click the pencil to enter edit mode

  3. Update the desired name

  4. Click the green checkmark to commit the entry

Organization Settings

OneCloud currently provides the following configuration security settings:


Purpose / Notes

Whitelisted Email Domains

Specify the whitelisted list of email domains that can be invited to your organization.


Whitelist IP Addresses

Specify the whitelisted IP addresses that can access your organization. The convention used is based upon CIDR notation.

Example: would open up the range from - The /24 means that the first 24 bits are static

Session Timeout

Specify the amount of idle time in minutes before users are automatically logged out.

Enable Data Masking

Toggle the default behavior to mask command outputs that could contain data. This is an organizational setting that can be overridden on a command by command basis.

📓 Need a specialized security setting?

If there are specific security settings that your company is looking to perform that are not yet available in OneCloud, please contact support@onecloud.io to discuss the requirements and the possibility to incorporate the capability into OneCloud.

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