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    Step 1: Get a Nintex Hawkeye trial

    Prepare for success

    Note: The email entered during the tenant setup becomes the first tenant administrator account.

    Set up your trial tenant

    Sign up for a trial

    Sign up for a trial to get a Nintex Hawkeye account (username and password). An account is required to register for a trial and to access the Explore tenant portal with sample data.

    At https://www.nintex.com/get-started/trial-request, select Nintex Hawkeye and complete the form.

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    Nintex Hawkeye sends an email message with the subject line “Welcome to Nintex Hawkeye” to the provided email address. The message includes your Nintex Hawkeye username and password as shown.

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    Use the Explore tenant

    The Explore Tenant is a testing area within Hawkeye that allows trial users to examine features and view sample Nintex data. On the home page, you can explore a diverse set of featured lenses. Each lens lets you generate dashboard views of specific business processes.

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    These lenses are just the beginning and are intended to inspire you to request a Nintex Hawkeye trial tenant and create lenses that are customized to the exact business processes that you need.

    Create your organization tenant

    In the Explore tenant, click Request a trial tenant on the main toolbar, and follow the prompts.

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    • Confirm that you are an administrator of a Nintex environment (required to set up a tenant).
    • Enter a name (organization name) for the trial tenant.
    • Select the region of the data center to store your tenant as shown.

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    You will be asked to verify your tenant information before its creation, as currently only one tenant is allowed per organization.

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    Finally, you will receive an email letting you know that your tenant has been created.

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    Check for success

    • Do you have your own Nintex Hawkeye tenant configured?
    • Do you understand the difference between the Explore tenant and your organization tenant?
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