VMware Identity Manager Connector (Windows) 19.03 | April 2019 | Build VMware Identity Manager Connector 19.03.0 Installer.exe
VMware Identity Manager Integration Broker 19.03 | April 2019 | Build 13221855
VMware Identity Manager Desktop 3.2 | March 2018 | Build 7952055
Release date: December, 2019
- New Features in Workspace ONE Access for December 2019
- Compatibility, Installation, and Upgrade
Introducing Risk Based Conditional Access
With the new Risk Score Auth Adaptor, you can now factor in a user's risk score into authentication decisions. This means that you can take actions of Allow, Step-up authentication, or Deny access based on a user's high, medium, or low risk score. The risk score comes from the Workspace ONE Intelligence service. To learn more about Risk Based Conditional Access, see Configuring Risk Score Based Authentication in the VMware Workspace ONE Access Administration documentation.
- Requires Workspace ONE Intelligence license in order to enable.
- Requires a hosted Workspace ONE Access tenant
Workspace ONE Access (formally VMware Identity Manager)
Workspace ONE Access is the new name for what was called VMware Identity Manager. No functionality has been removed as a result of this name change. To learn more about the name change to Workspace ONE Access read this Tech Zone blog.
Workspace ONE Access is available in the following languages.
- Simplified Chinese
- Portuguese (Brazil)
Windows Server Supported
- Windows Server 2008 R2
- Windows Server 2012
- Windows Server 2012 R2
- Windows Server 2016
Web Browser Supported
- Mozilla Firefox Latest version
- Google Chrome 42.0 or later
- Internet Explorer 11
- Safari 6.2.8 or later
- Microsoft Edge Latest version
- MS SQL 2012, 2014, and 2016
Directory Server Supported
- Active Directory - Single AD domain, multiple domains in a single AD forest, or multiple domains across multiple AD forests.
- OpenLDAP - 2.4.42
- Oracle LDAP - Directory Server Enterprise Edition 11g, Release 1 (184.108.40.206.0)
- IBM Tivoli Directory Server 6.3.1
VMware Product Interoperability Matrix provides details about the compatibility of current and previous versions of VMware products and components, such as Horizon 7.
Changes to Virtual Launch Experience
Workspace ONE Access was required to cache user passwords for a seamless launch experience while launching Virtual Apps such as Horizon and Citrix from the catalog. This password caching was needed only for setups where True SSO was not enabled.
With the upcoming release, Workspace ONE Access will provide admins the ability to control this behavior. The Enable Password Caching setting in the Identity & Access Management > Setup > Preferences page is introduced to control caching of end user passwords during the launch of Virtual Apps such as Horizon and Citrix from the catalog. With this change, passwords are no longer cached during the time of login to Workspace ONE Access. Administrators will have the option to allow or disallow caching of passwords when the end user launches a Virtual App from the catalog for the very first time in that session. This setting is enabled by default.
As a result of this change, if Enable Password caching is enabled, end users are prompted to enter a password when accessing a Virtual App for the first time. After that, all subsequent launches will not require a password.
To ensure a more seamless SSO launch experience for Horizon launches, True SSO can be configured.
The Workspace ONE Access documentation for the Cloud service is in the VMware Workspace ONE Access Documentation center.