Showing posts from February, 2022

VMware Digital Workspace Newsletter - Week 20

                           Week 20 -  2022             Weekly highlight:   Workspace ONE Hub Services  & Workspace ONE Access updates:   Removing the 3-Character Limit for People Search People Search (on Hub Web) will now allow searching with just one or two characters instead of the usual 3-character search. This enables support for searching names in logographic languages like Chinese, Japanese, etc.   Workflows Error Handling – Email Alerts upon failures Workspace ONE Experience Workflows error handling has been improved to send email alerts directly to Administrators   when a scheduled process fails to run successfully for any reason. All integration packs will now have an additional configuration parameter to include an email address to receive these notifications.   Saviynt Access Request Integration Pack for Workspace ONE Experience Workflows Hub Services customers with Workspace ONE Experience Workflows enabled can configure an integration with   Saviynt   to notify approve

VMware Digital Workspace Newsletter - Week 8

                           Week 8 -  2022             Weekly highlight:    Deprecation of bulk actions affecting all devices of an Organization Group on Workspace ONE UEM (87653) There is a plan for deprecating bulk actions affecting all devices of an Organization Group if bulk management setting allows it. The change will take effect from early releases of Q1 2022. We are planning to limit bulk actions to the number of devices shown on the Devices List View grid and avoid performing actions on any device that is beyond the current page. Please note that this info is subject to change. This KB article will continue to be updated as the change being finalized. Reason: There is no upper limit on the bulk management settings as of today. Hence, these bulk actions/commands can result in large number of device check-ins and can be problematic with the new architecture in place. We have limited our search APIs on devices to 500 as the maximum page size. Hence, through APIs no bulk actions ca