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Workspace ONE Access Connector 2108: You Had Me at Virtual Apps

Workspace ONE Access Connector 2108

I remember fondly one of my first ever articles where I covered setting up VIDM Connectors and Workspace ONE overall. It has come so far over the last 3-4 years. One of the big challenges as we moved to the Workspace ONE suite was support for virtual apps. This week, VMware FINALLY released version 21.08 […]

Upgrade VMware Identity Manager to Workspace ONE Access

Upgrade VMware Identity

Recently, I had a client who wanted to upgrade VIDM 19.03 to the latest version of Workspace ONE Access. OVA upgrades are never for the feint of heart, but I decided to take it on. This is my first foray into VIDM On-Premises since 2018. Today, we will talk about preparing for upgrade, adding storage […]

Workspace ONE Hub MFA: Delivering Seamless MFA into the UEM Ecosystem

Workspace ONE Hub MFA

For those who have been using VMware Identity Manager for quite some time, we are familiar with VMware Verify, which was built on the Twilio/Authy API to deliver MFA. We also saw my article recently on the Duo integration, which is another spin on leveraging MFA. VMware recently released Workspace ONE Hub MFA, which advances […]

Is Workspace ONE Access Barking Up The Right Tree with FIDO2?

Barking Up The Right Tree with FIDO2

Workspace ONE Access has been an ever evolving platform since transitioning from VMware Identity Manager awhile back. We have seen some major advancements like their DUO API Integration. This past week, another huge step forward in VMware’s Identity Provider with the introduction of FIDO2. We’re going to discuss what exactly is FIDO2, configuring FIDO2 in […]

Refining My Azure-powered Workspace ONE Design

My Azure-powered Workspace ONE

In recent weeks, I wrote an article about extending my 100% cloud design to Azure AD Join. I have to admit that I am continuing to learn more about how Azure AD join operates throughout the operating system. This has introduced some problematic design decisions. I wanted to take you on my journey by discussing […]

Workspace ONE Access and Duo Mobile: Peanut Butter Jelly Time?

Peanut Butter Jelly Time

Historically, I have had a long history with VMware Identity Manager a.k.a. Workspace ONE Access. Whether you refer to my podcast with Brian and Gabe or my very popular VMworld 2018 Session, I have been an expert for several years with VMware’s IAM product. We have long been awaiting the Duo Mobile API integration, which […]

Workspace ONE and Chromebook Integration

Chromebook Integration

I have been spending the last few weeks trying to perfect a new fringe technology from our friends at VMware with Chromebook Management. It’s certainly an interesting experience to share. It makes a ton of sense that it is picking up so much speed on the education side because it’s incredibly challenging to make the […]

Workspace ONE Virtual Assistant to the Rescue!

Virtual Assistant to the Rescue

Recently, I wrote a nifty little article about Workspace ONE Mobile Flows which was super fun and appealing. Mobile Flows is not a new concept by any means, but VMware delivers it in an exciting way. REST APIs and OAuth do a wonderful job of delivering notifications and/or approvals to the Intelligent Hub giving us […]

VMware Workspace ONE Mobile Flows and the OOTB Journey with ServiceNow

OOTB Journey with ServiceNow

Many of us in the consulting game are starting to look more closely at Mobile Flows. If we think about it logically, Mobile Flows are the next generation of Microsoft Flow which has been renamed Power Automate. Mobile Flows introduces some challenges, such as OOTB (out of the box) connectors limitations, setting up ServiceNow catalog […]

The Art of Adding Apps in VMware Identity Manager

After spending a few years as one of the pioneers of VMWare Identity Manager (VIDM), and speaking about identity a few times there is one thing that people often reach out to me about. They do great if the application is in the catalog, but once they get outside of that things get complicated. I […]