Refreshed People Search Setup with Added Support for Custom Attributes
When the new console navigation is enabled in Workspace ONE Access SaaS tenants, a new user interface for People Search configuration provides administrators with a step-by-step setup flow. Once the People Search setup is completed, the People Search page shows cards that display summary and sync status information. The summary card allows administrators to view the directory that People Search is associated with and the user attributes that are mapped in that directory. The sync status card allows administrators to see the progress of current synchronizations, force manual photo synchronizations, modify photo sync frequencies, and view sync logs.
Improved User Groups Management UI
When you use the new navigation and the re-designed look of the Workspace ONE Access console, you will see a refreshed look of the Accounts > User Groups pages. There are specific functional changes to the interface that will help you manage groups more efficiently.
Now you can assign roles to the group from the User Group > individual group page.
Groups can be sorted in ascending/descending order and filtered by name from the groups listings page.
Pagination was added to the User Group list page to improve scrolling.
Refreshed Login Preferences Page
When you use the new navigation and the re-designed look of the Workspace ONE Access console, you will see a refreshed Login Preferences page under Settings > Login Preferences. To change settings, the admin clicks on the Edit button at the header. Each field now has a tooltip with helper text to help understand how the setting is used.
People Search was originally built with a set of standard attributes from AD (Active Directory). With this feature, admins will now be able to configure additional attributes that might be custom to their AD implementation. End users will now be able to see more attributes that are associated with their peers such as Slack usernames, Teams accounts, etc.
Uninstall Applications from Workspace ONE Intelligent Hub on Windows
Users can uninstall native applications from the App Catalog on Windows Workspace ONE Intelligent Hub. Admins decide which apps users can uninstall by using the Desired State Management (DSM) flag in UEM. When the DSM flag is not enabled for an app, users are given the option to uninstall that app from the Hub catalog.
Note: This will be supported on Hub for Windows version 22.06 and UEM version 21.11.
ABRW-174054: Support Web standalone secure browsing with CWS
This will enable the admins to extend the security capabilities of the Workspace ONE Web application running in standalone mode by applying the web security policies configured through VMware Cloud Web Security service
We’re hosting an interactive workshop specifically for Helpdesk/ServiceDesk Admins and I’m reaching out to see if you would be interested! Who’s Invited:we’re looking for either an internal Workspace ONE Admin OR Helpdesk Technician L1/L2/L3 employee involved with addressing Helpdesk tickets like app crashes, VPN issues, slow computer, etc.
In the Workshop, Admins will be put in a group with other Admins where they’ll create empathy and journey maps for different Helpdesk/Servicedesk tickets. Here’s a bit more of how the day will go:
VMware Workspace ONE Intelligent Hub for macOS to end support for OS versions below macOS 10.15 Catalina (88976)
In an upcoming release of VMware Workspace ONE Intelligent Hub for macOS, VMware will no longer support OS versions below macOS 10.15 Catalina. All versions of macOS 10.15 or greater will continue to be supported. Please refer to the release notes for the appropriate version of Intelligent Hub for macOS version support specifics.
Administrators who want to take advantage of features in future releases of Intelligent Hub for macOS will need to update all devices to macOS 10.15 Catalina or later. Devices that are currently on macOS 10.14 Mojave will be able to continue using current released versions of Intelligent Hub (latest supported version is 22.07). NOTE: There will not be any patches/updates to the earlier versions of Intelligent Hub and must be used only as a stop-gap until devices can be upgraded to minimum supported operating system version for the latest Intelligent Hub.
Horizon Term License Behavior – How to Activate a 30-Day Grace Period (89045)
To activate a 30-day grace period for Horizon Term licenses starting in the Horizon 2111 release,customers must take actionand download the updates. This is for customers, including US Federal, who purchased Term licenses before FY2022 Q3. The 30-day grace period feature is not available in Horizon 8 software before version 2111.
Customer Action:Visit the MyVMware portal to download the update for Horizon 8, 2111. For customers who are eligible and supported by VMware to run Horizon 7, such as US Federal, visit the MyVMware portal to download the 7.13.2 bug fix for Horizon 7. After the updates are downloaded via the MyVMware portal and installed, customers will obtain the 30-day grace period. The 30-day grace period will expire at11:59pm on the day of expiration.
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).