You can edit the properties of an existing organization, including the organization name and description, LDAP options, the catalog publishing policy, email preferences, and storage and processing limits.

As your vCloud Director installation grows, you might want to assign a more descriptive name to an existing organization.

As your vCloud Director installation grows, you might want to assign a more descriptive full name or description to an existing organization.

You can use an LDAP service to provide a directory of users and groups to import into an organization. If you do not specify an LDAP service, you must create a user account for each user in the organization. LDAP options can only be set by a system administrator and cannot be modified by an organization administrator.

A catalog provides organization users with a library of vApp templates and media that they can use to create vApps. Generally, catalogs should only be available to users in a single organization, but a system administrator can allow the organization administrator to publish a catalog to all organizations in the vCloud Director installation.

vCloud Director requires an SMTP server to send user notification and system alert emails. You can modify the settings you specified when you created the organization.

Leases, quotas, and limits constrain the ability of organization users to consume storage and processing resources. You can modify these settings to prevent users from depleting or monopolizing an organization's resources.