Understanding CoreView Tenant Configuration - V-Tenant User Filters

Modified on Fri, 29 Apr 2022 at 08:49 AM

Virtual Tenants are one of CoreView’s most mature functional competencies and are designed to allow an organization to partition, restrict or otherwise compartmentalize Office 365 data based on organizationally defined boundaries. The use of V-Tenants are a key part of effective delegation because they allow you to define an Operators scope of control.


A. Users tab – The User tab is where you land when you want to configure a V-Tenant’s scope. Under this tab you define the set of all Office 365 Users to which any Operator assigned the V-Tenant will be limited.

B. Domain Filters – Applies only to an account object's UPN Domain. The use of a Domain is often the best filter selection choice if your business units are each assigned unique Domains (e.g., legal.acme.com). Additional filters can also be added.

C. Delegation Filters – Allows you to limit the scope of data associated with any set of Users by selecting an account object attribute that most reliably defines the delegation boundaries you want to set. Multiple filters can be used with an AND or an OR, as needed.

D. Group Filters – Allows you to select any or all Distribution, Security or Office 365 groups to which any Operator assigned to a given V-Tenant is permitted access, both for reporting and management purposes.

Note: If in the configuration you define Domains filter and Delegation filters, these will be applied using AND condition. 


Please see more information on virtual tenants in the following article:  3.5 Manage V-Tenants

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