You can edit the settings for a Project anytime using the Project Details page:
From the Projects List, click the name of the Project whose settings you want to change. The Project Details page for the selected Project will be displayed:
The image above shows the items which are displayed to Account Managers and Project Managers. Team Managers and Team Members can only access the Details panel.
Initially, the Details panel is displayed showing key details for the Project. The items in this panel are not editable.
On the left side of the page, click the project component that you want to edit. A list of all editable project components can be found below.
The options that can be accessed by you for the chosen Project will depend upon your assigned Role and Permissions for the Project.
Make the desired changes to the Project settings.
For some components, you need to click Save at the lower right corner of the panel in order for your changes to the Project settings to be stored.
From the Project Details page, you can edit the the following components:
Resource Quotas. Enables you to define metrics and actions that will help manage resource limits for the Project. For details, click here.
Project Name. Click the Edit icon next to the current Project Name to change the name for the Project. When finished, click the checkmark to save the new name.
Settings. Enables you to change selected Project Settings.
Policies. Enables you to edit an existing Environment Policy or create a new one. For details, click here.
Blueprints. Enables you to assign one or more existing Blueprints to the Project. (This option is accessible to an Account Manager only.) For details, click here.
Teams. Enables you to edit and existing Project Team or create a new one. For details, click here.
Add Project Member. Enables you to add new members to a selected Team in the Project. For details, click here.
Manage Permissions. Enables you to set various CloudShare user Permissions for the Project (e.g., activity options for Environments, Training, Snapshots, and more). For details, click here.