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The Multi-tenancy feature lets you seggregate content in CRX based on the organization prefix and organization ID to safeguard the content from unauthorized access by users of other organizations.

Adobe Experience Manager (AEM) Assets stores data for each organization in a different path. Each organization-specific path is identified by the organization prefix and organization ID 
that is included in the traditional location where different types of assets are stored in CRX.

For example, if you create a folder named Demo, AEM assets traditionally stores the folder at the following location in CRX:

../content/dam/Demo

With the Multi-tenancy feature enabled, you can now store the data at the following location:

../content/dam/<organization prefix>/<organization id>Demo 

For example, if for Adobe Marketing Cloud users of AEM Assets (on demand) that are assigned to the aodpremium organization, you can use the Multi-tenancy feature to configure the following path to segregate their content:

../content/dam/<mac>/<aodpremium>Demo

Where mac is the organization prefix and aodpremium is the organization ID.

Based on the user's organization and ID, this qualified path is displayed in the AEM Assets interface and various wizards, including the Move and Snippet creation wizards to enforce seggregation.

The  Multi-tenancy feature lets you seggregate the following types of assets and components:

  • Collections
  • Public Collections 
  • Catalogs (including the Add/Select Page wizard)
  • Templates
  • Snippet templates
  • Lightbox

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