At some companies, an administrator might integrate Unified Access Gateway with the third-party OPSWAT MetaAccess application. This integration, which is typically used on unmanaged devices in corporate bring-your-own-device (BYOD) environments, enables organizations to define device acceptance policies for Horizon Client devices.

For example, an administrator might define a device acceptance policy that requires client devices to be password protected or have a minimum operating system version. Client devices that comply with the device acceptance policy can access remote desktops and published applications through Unified Access Gateway. Unified Access Gateway denies access to remote resources from client devices that do not comply with the device acceptance policy.

For more information, see the Deploying and Configuring VMware Unified Access Gateway document.