[Deep Dive] App Access & Management in VMware AirWatch 9.2
VMware AirWatch unified endpoint management (UEM) empowers the digital workspace to meet business needs. By unifying endpoint management into a single point of reference, the solution delivers a premium user experience that doesn’t compromise enterprise security. Today’s post covers the new app access & management features in AirWatch 9.2.
New! App Access & Management Features
Check out these videos to see the newest features in action. Expand the drop-down menus for more details about each new feature.
AirWatch UEM technology powers the integrated VMware Workspace ONE platform.
Unified Workspace ONE Console for App Access & Management
Workspace ONE Getting Started Wizard
|The wizard serves as a step-by-step checklist for configuring the Workspace ONE catalog, its applications and the required components. In AirWatch v9.2, the wizard facilitates the entire configuration chain for Workspace ONE, mobile single sign-on and Microsoft Office 365 configurations.
Access the Workspace ONE Getting Started Wizard
The primary purpose of the Workspace ONE wizard is automating initial setup. For this reason, new installations display the enhanced wizard at the top of the main menu by default. However, the enhanced wizard also provides value for existing customers.
For existing deployments, customers can use the wizard to evaluate their current setup or to add Workspace ONE, powered by AirWatch unified endpoint management technology. In either case, these customers must manually enable the Workspace ONE getting started wizard to access the configurations. In this post, access instructions for both customer types are included inline.
Workspace ONE Getting Started Wizard Configurations
The Workspace ONE getting started wizard displays a list of features that can be configured or ignored, according to the needs of the organization. Required configurations are marked by a red star (*).
Use the Workspace ONE Getting Started Wizard
The getting started wizard serves as an additional, guided configuration option. It does not replace the ability to configure or edit any individual setting. Therefore, any settings configured in the wizard are also individually available.
During configuration, the wizard checks the AirWatch console and Identity Manager for existing, potentially conflicting configurations. If the wizard discovers any discrepancies, it sends a notification that interrupts configuration.
You may see any of the following options while using the wizard:
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Co-Authors & Reviewers:
Video content authored by Roger Deane I VMware I EUC Mobile Marketing I Sr. Technical Marketing Manager
Post reviewed by:
- Josh Pelkey I VMware I EMM Mobile PM I Group Product Line Manager
- Ben Siler I VMware I EUC Mobile Marketing I Product Marketing Manager
- Rob Sterry I VMware I EMM Mobile PM I Product Line Manager