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Implementing Mobile Device Management with VMware Workspace ONE

Author: Greg Shields

This learning path covers the design, installation, configuration, and management tasks associated with VMware Workspace ONE, powered by AirWatch. The courses in this learning... Read more

Beginner

This course sets you up with foundational knowledge about Workspace ONE’s cloud-based and on-premises architectures.

VMware Workspace ONE: Introducing the Cloud-based and On-premises Architectures

by Greg Shields

Feb 26, 2019 / 1h 0m

1h 0m

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Description

Have you been belly-buttoned to bring control around your company's desktops and mobile devices? With employees scattered around the county, around the country, or around the world, have you been tasked with ensuring better data security by mandating better device security? VMware Workspace ONE, powered by AirWatch and delivered as a service, might just be that solution. In this first course out of seven, VMware Workspace ONE: Introducing the Cloud-based and On-premises Architectures, you'll get an introduction to VMware's Identity Manager and Workspace ONE UEM services, the latter of which was formerly called AirWatch. First, you'll take a look at the SaaS and on-premises architectures. Next, you'll discover how they integrate the identity management and unified endpoint management functions into a single solution which can manage virtually any device anywhere. Finally, you'll also explore the lab environment, the virtual machines and other resources you'll want to build if you plan on following along. By the end of this course, you'll be able to take your first steps toward building a new or managing an existing AirWatch environment.

Table of contents
  1. Course Overview1m
  2. Introduction15m
  3. Explore Vocabulary and Use Cases for Device Management13m
  4. Explore the Workspace ONE Cloud and On-premises Architectures17m
  5. Prepare Your Lab Environment11m

Intermediate

These courses dive right into fully configuring and managing various devices across your implementation.

VMware Workspace ONE: Create a Tenant and Integrate Identity Providers

by Greg Shields

Feb 26, 2019 / 1h 26m

1h 26m

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Description

Today's Workspace ONE, powered by AirWatch, arrives as a combination of several different products: VMware Identity Manager, VMware Unified Endpoint Management, and in some cases, VMware Horizon. These very different solutions mean that any AirWatch implementation begins first with a series of integrations. In this second course out of five, VMware Workspace ONE: Create a Tenant and Integrate Identity Providers, you'll create your first Workspace ONE tenant in the cloud. First, you'll explore the various interfaces that configure Identity Manager and Workspace ONE UEM. Next, you'll create and configure your first directory in Identity Manager and prepare Identity Manager for integration with Workspace ONE UEM. Finally, you'll install UEM's on-premises component, the AirWatch Cloud Connector, and integrate your on-premises Active Directory with UEM and UEM with Identity Manager. By the end of this course, you'll be able to integrate Identity Manager with Workspace ONE UEM and then Workspace ONE UEM with on-premises Active Directory.

Table of contents
  1. Course Overview1m
  2. Introduction2m
  3. Create a Workspace ONE Tenant and Prepare Identity Manager23m
  4. Install AirWatch Cloud Connector and Integrate with Active Directory57m

VMware Workspace ONE: Manage Windows Desktop Devices

by Greg Shields

Feb 26, 2019 / 3h 17m

3h 17m

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Description

VMware Workspace ONE isn't just a solution for the strictest definition of mobile in your mobile devices. As an endpoint management solution, Workspace ONE can also be useful in controlling configurations, deploying applications, and enabling conditional access policies on Windows desktops as well. In this third course out of five, VMware Workspace ONE: Manage Windows Desktop Devices, you'll begin by enrolling a set of Windows 10 desktops into Workspace ONE UEM via several different approaches. First, you'll deliver sets of configurations to those desktops through the creation and assignment of user and desktop profiles. Then, you'll deploy a variety of native (win32), web link, and SaaS applications to those same desktops via the Workspace ONE Intelligent Hub. Finally, you'll explore the compliance policies and profiles that restrict access when desktops deviate from your configuration baseline. By the end of this course, you'll have everything you need to begin managing your Windows 10 desktops regardless of location using Workspace ONE.

Table of contents
  1. Course Overview1m
  2. Introduction5m
  3. Enroll Windows Desktop Devices1h 3m
  4. Deploy Windows Desktop Profiles37m
  5. Deploy Native (Win32) and SaaS Applications43m
  6. Enforce Compliance Policies and Conditional Access Policies25m
  7. Monitor the Workspace ONE Environment20m

Advanced

This course focuses on the specifics of Vmware tunnel and Content Gateway integration.

VMware Workspace ONE: Integrate VMware Tunnel and Content Gateway

by Greg Shields

Apr 2, 2019 / 1h 20m

1h 20m

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Description

Throughout the courses in this learning path, you've integrated Workspace ONE components, enrolled devices, deployed profiles and applications, and secured our endpoints. What you haven't yet done is enable access for those external devices into your internal resources. In this final course out of five, VMware Workspace ONE: Integrate VMware Tunnel and Content Gateway, you'll learn how to facilitate that access. First, you'll explore the architecture of these two separate services along with the Unified Access Gateway appliance that hosts them in your internal DMZ. Then, you'll deploy that UAG along with all the external name resolution and routing its implementation requires. Next, you'll integrate both the VMware Tunnel and Content Gateway services between the UAG and the rest of your Workspace ONE infrastructure. Finally, you'll see the client apps for each of these services, deploying down the necessary apps, profiles, and other configurations that enable user access to internal resources. By the end of this course, you'll have the experience you need to confidently deploy both VMware Tunnel and Content Gateway to your users' mobile devices.

Table of contents
  1. Course Overview2m
  2. Introduction4m
  3. Prepare and Install Unified Access Gateway20m
  4. Integrate VMware Tunnel27m
  5. Integrate VMware Content Gateway25m

What you will learn

  • An exploration of the cloud-based and on-premises architectures for VMware Workspace ONE, powered by AirWatch
  • How to create a Workspace ONE tenant and integrate identity providers
  • How to manage Windows desktop devices
  • How to manage iOS and Android devices
  • How to integrate VMware Tunnel and VMware Content Gateway

Pre-requisites

  • Foundational systems administration experience
  • Foundational desktop administration experience including traditional Windows 10 management approaches as well as packaging applications for Windows 10
  • Foundational device administration experience including Mobile Device management concepts and practices.
  • Foundational networking experience, including connectivity from outside the LAN
  • Foundational familiarity with certificates and ADCS
  • Foundational experience with VMware datacenter products including vSphere and vCenter Server