Intelligent Hub can now suspend personal and work applications on enrolled Android devices. You can suspend some or all managed applications (Public and Internal apps) in any enrollment mode. In addition, you can suspend all applications in the personal side of Android 11+ devices enrolled in COPE mode.
Connector Support for Horizon Cloud Service on Microsoft Azure with Single-Pod Broker (Workspace ONE Access Cloud only)
The22.05 release of the Workspace ONE Access Connectorwill include support for integrating with Horizon Cloud Service on Microsoft Azure with Single-Pod Broker and Horizon Cloud Service on IBM Cloud. This will allow for the legacy connectors that are used for virtual apps to be migrated from version 19.03 or 19.03.0.1 to version 22.05 connector. Both directories and virtual apps collections must be migrated together during this one-time process.
FIPS Mode Support for the Connector (Workspace ONE Access Cloud only)
The22.05 Workspace ONE Access Connectorwill have an option to enable FIPS mode during installation. FIPS mode will set the connector to run with data and encryption that is secure at a level of compliance encouraged by the United States government. The algorithms used are FIPS 140-2 compliant algorithms.
Workspace ONE Access Connectors with FIPS mode enabled will not support integrating with Citrix, Horizon, Horizon Cloud Service on Microsoft Azure with Single-Pod Broker, or Horizon Cloud Service on IBM Cloud. A Workspace ONE Access Connector with FIPS mode enabled will support integrating virtual apps that are running in Horizon Cloud Service on Microsoft Azure with Universal Broker.
The FIPS mode option is not available when you upgrade to a 22.05 connector. The option to enable FIPS mode is supported only in new connector installations.
If you enable FIPS mode in the connector, to disable FIPS mode, you must reinstall the connector.
Time-based One-Time Password (TOTP) support for RFC 6238 Compliant Authenticator Apps*
Workspace ONE Access now supports a new authentication method ‘Authenticator App’ to enhance its native MFA capabilities. This MFA is ideal for users with unmanaged devices, can be used offline, and requires no collection of personal identifying information (PII). Users can leverage any authenticator app of their choice–such as Google Authenticator, Microsoft Authenticator, Okta Verify, Authy, 1Password–that follows the time-based one-time passcode (TOTP) standards as defined in RFC 6238 on their own device. TOTP client support will be available on the Intelligent Hub iOS and Android App later this year in Q3. SeeConfigure an Authenticator App with Two-Factor Authenticationfor configuration instructions.
End User Computing / VDI Environment + Horizon Survey [Horizon Admins only]
The VMware EUC Research Team wants to hear your thoughts about end user computing solutions and VDI. What’s your device and app setup for accessing VDI solutions? What are your plans around mobile device programs? Help us understand what you’re working with and how Horizon may be able to help.
BitLocker and BitLocker to Go Best Practices and Considerations (88620)
BitLocker and BitLocker to Go (BL2Go) are technologies designed to encrypt data and provide recovery capabilities as needed in the UEM console. There are some situations where changing GPO settings might conflict with BitLocker settings, resulting in unexpected results. Other best practices can be followed to ensure the highest recovery capabilities for hardware issues or forgotten passwords.
This article is intended to track recent issues identified with BitLocker and BL2Go and help guide you on the best experience with these technologies.
[Action Required] Android Intelligent Hub 188.8.131.521 Cannot Check In (86083) VMware will start requiring SNI in Workspace ONE UEM Dedicated SaaS environments starting January 16th, 2022. After this date,Android devices running Intelligent Hub 184.108.40.2061 or lower may no longer communicate with Workspace ONE UEM. Affected devices may have to be re-enrolled with a supported version of Intelligent Hub.
VMware Workspace ONE UEM New Control Plane SaaS Deployment Schedule (86243) Workspace ONE UEM has undergone a complete re-architecture to modernize the platform using microservices and containers to enable increased scalability and performance and increase the rate of innovation. Now after having conducted significant and careful testing, these architecture updates, including a new control plane, will be deployed to UEM SaaS environments over the next several weeks, with options available to on-premise customers after this roll-out (Later in 2022).