From within the Organization Settings tab you can view and change various settings for your organization.
This is the organization claim token that is baked into the Odin DRM enabled build, if you choose to make use of it. If the Enable Automatic Seat Claiming option is enabled, then this token can be used by local machines to easily and quickly activate Odin and generate machine claims without having a member account in the organization. You can also choose to generate a new organization claim token, in which case you will need to update the token that is saved in your project as well.
Enable Automatic Seat Claiming
This option lets you enable or disable the ability for machines to automatically generate machine claims via the Odin DRM enabled build. If you are using the Odin DRM enabled build with this option disabled, then organization members must have been invited via their emails, and log into their account via Unity to activate Odin on their machines.
This is the display name of your organization, as displayed on the website and within the Odin DRM enabled build.
If you wish to generate a new organization claim token to prevent new claims being made with old tokens (such as in the case that you suspect the token has been compromised), you can do so under the organization's Settings tab. After generating a new claim token, you will need to update the claim token that has been saved in your project. Find the file at the path
<Odin install path>/Sirenix/Odin Inspector/Config/Editor/OrganizationInfo.txt, open it, find the line that starts with
claimtoken= and replace the old token on the right-hand side of the equals sign with the new token by copying it from your organization's Settings tab where it is displayed. Commit this change to your version control system to enable new machines to automatically generate claims via the organization claim token again.