Create a User
The Domain Superuser can add new users under the Users tab of the Admin page.
- Click Invite Users.
- Enter the email address of the user you want to invite. You can also enter a list of emails, separated by a comma or a new line.
- Optional: Click Assign Users to Projects or Teams to automatically assign all listed users as an Admin or Member of a specific Project, or to assign all listed users to a Team.
- Click Send Invite to generate an email to the listed users with a link to join your enterprise account. Note: for on-premise setups, Corellium does not generate an email to the user with the login information. Instead, the administrator must send the user's credentials to the user.
Create a Team
Under the Teams tab of the Admin page, the Domain Superuser can also create Teams, which are groups of users.
- Click Create a Team.
- Type in a name for the team and click Create.
- Click the + button to add users to your new Team.
Manage Users and Teams
To delete a user or team, click the delete icon to the right of the name.
To assign users to teams, click the + icon to the right of the name.
Note: users can only be added by the Domain Superuser, or top-level admin. If you need to change your Domain Superuser, please contact us.
What is a Core?
Every enterprise account has a certain number of CPU cores. These CPU cores correspond to the number of CPU cores available on the ARM servers assigned to that company's account. Each virtual device requires a certain number of CPU cores in order to run. Most devices require two cores, but newer devices, such as the iPhone 8 and iPhone X, require six cores.
If your company would like to increase its total number of cores, your Domain Administrator can upgrade to a plan with additional cores on the Subscription tab of the Admin page.
What is a Project?
Projects allow administrators to assign a certain number of cores to particular users or teams, with specified permissions. You can assign a certain number of cores to a project, and then assign users and teams to that project. Users and teams can be added with either administrative or member permissions.
Projects can be used to divide resources in many ways. For example, you could create a project called "QA," give it ten cores, and assign the "QA Team" to it. Those cores would be shared between all users on the QA team. Alternatively, if user Adam needs two iPhone X devices for himself, an admin could create a project called "Adam's Project," give it twelve cores, and assign user Adam to that project.
In the Projects tab of the Admin section, you can use the + and - buttons to add and remove cores from a project. If all cores have been assigned, you must un-assign a core from a project in order to re-assign it to a different project. Cores are added and removed in multiples of two. You can quickly check how many total cores your company has and how many are unassigned in the section at the top of the Projects page.
Create a Project
In the Projects tab of the Admin page, the Domain Superuser can create a new project. Users with administrative permissions can also create projects, but they cannot add users.
- Click Create New Project.
- Type in a name for the project and click Create.
- Use the + and - buttons to add cores. Check the top section to see how many cores are available.
- In the Permissions section, click Assign a User or Team to add a user or team as either an Administrator or a Member.
Manage a Project
To change the name of a project, click the name of project, type the new name, and click Rename.
To delete a project, hover over the name of the project, then click the delete icon that appears to the right of the name.
Administrators can also choose to enable or disable Networking (internet access) for all devices in a specified project by checking or unchecking Enable Internet Access. If users report issues with being unable to connect to network on a device, Administrators should ensure that this box is checked.