The tasks in the VMware Identity Manager console are organized by tabs.
If you have administrator privileges. you can log in to the VMware Identity Manger console from your Workspace ONE portal page. To log in directly to the console, VMware Identity Manager admin users can enter the following URL <example.com>/SAAS/login/0. The user name and password screen is displayed.
The User Engagement dashboard can be used to monitor user activity and resources used. This dashboard displays information about who signed in, which applications are being used, and how often they are being used.
For on premises deployment, a System Diagnostics dashboard displays a detailed overview of the health of the service in your environment and other information about the services.
You can create reports to track users' and groups' activities, resource and device use, and audit events by user.
|Users and Groups||In the Users and Groups tab, you can manage and monitor users and groups imported from your Active Directory or LDAP directory, create local users and groups, and entitle the users and groups to resources. You can configure the password policy for local users.|
|Catalog||The Catalog is the repository for all the resources that you can entitle to users. In the Catalog tab, you can add Web applications and manage existing resources. In the Virtual Apps Collection page, you can manage Horizon, Citrix, Horizon Cloud, and ThinApp desktops and application integrations. You can create a new application, group applications into categories, and access information about each resource. On the Catalog Settings page, you can download SAML certificates, manage resource configurations, and customize the appearance of the user portal.|
|Identity & Access Management||
In the Identity & Access Management tab, you can set up the connector service, configure Workspace ONE UEM integration, set up authentication methods, and apply custom branding to the sign-in page and the VMware Identity Manager console. You can manage directory settings, identity providers, and access policies. You can also configure third-party identity providers.
|Roles||In the Roles tab, you can manage administrator roles. Users can be assigned as admins to the three pre-defined administrator roles and you can also create custom administrator roles that give limited permissions to specific services in the VMware Identity Manager console.|
For the on premises deployments, the Appliance Settings tab is displayed. You can manage the configuration of the appliance, including configuring SSL certificates for the appliance, change the services admin and system passwords, and manage other infrastructure functions. You can also update the license settings and configure SMTP settings.
Supported Web Browsers to Access the VMware Identity Manager Console
The VMware Identity Manager console is a web-based application you use to manage your tenant. You can access the VMware Identity Manager console from the latest versions of Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, Safari, Microsoft Edge, and Internet Explorer 11.
Workspace ONE for End Users
End users can access entitled resources from their Workspace ONE portal. Workspace ONE is the default interface used when users access and use their entitled resources with a browser.
When Workspace ONE UEM is integrated with VMware Identity Manager, end users can see all applications that they are entitled to. Native applications that are internally developed or publicly available in app stores can be made available to your end users form the Workspace ONE portal.