Workspace ONE Delivers the MacOS Updater Utility (MUU): Does it Finally Solve the Patching Woes of WS1 Mac Software Updates?
Historically, I’m proud to say I have been one of the primary thought-leaders when it comes to MacOS management on Workspace ONE. As evident, from my many MacOS articles I’ve written over the last few years. One of the problems that I have struggled with is patching. Patching issues are nothing new with MacOS and […]
Every now and then the VMware UAG or Unified Access Gateway puts out something fun. This week, UAG 2209 is delivering some interesting new capabilities. The last time I covered some of these new features was for 2106 a year or so ago. We are going to discuss a few of these new and fun […]
Last week, I covered an interesting yet real use-case for the Workspace ONE API with migrating devices to a different user. The great thing about APIs is they can solve a multitude of problems. This week, I wanted to cover another API tool that I built recently for fixing smart groups gone awry. We are […]
In the services industry, we sometimes run into “fun.” One of these “fun” situations is when someone rolls out a platform. They may have used VMware Professional Services or attempted it on their own and something wasn’t considered. I recently ran into one of these situations and sadly VMware Support told them “You can’t do […]