In the Okta Admin console, add the VMware Workspace ONE application from the Okta catalog, then configure the application.
- Log into the Okta Admin console.
- Select .
- Click Browse App Catalog.
- Search for the VMware Workspace ONE application.
- Select VMware Workspace ONE under Integrations.
- Click Add.
- In the Base URL text box, enter your Workspace ONE Access URL.
For example: https://example.vmwareidentity.com
- Click Done.
- Click the Provisioning tab and click Configure API Integration.
- Select the Enable API Integration check box.
- In the API Token text box, paste the bearer token that you created in Generate OAuth Bearer Token with Postman.
- Click Test API Credentials and ensure that you see a successful message before proceeding.
- Click Save.
- Click the Edit button.
- Select the Enable check boxes for Create Users, Update User Attributes, and Deactivate Users, then click Save.
- Scroll down and edit the domain attribute.
- Edit the domain so that it matches the domain you used when you created the directory in Create a Directory of Type Other in Workspace ONE Access.
- Click Save.
What to do next
SCIM provisioning set up is complete.
Go to the Assignments tab in the VMware Workspace ONE application and assign the application to users or groups. When you assign the application to a user, the user is created in Workspace ONE Access. When you remove the application for a user, the user is deactivated in Workspace ONE Access.
You can go to the Push groups tab in the VMware Workspace ONE application to push groups to Workspace ONE. When you push a group, the group is created in Workspace ONE Access and the group membership is pushed. Members of the group must already be assigned the VMware Workspace ONE application.
Note: Using the same Okta group for assignments and for group push is not currently supported. To maintain consistent group membership between Okta and Workspace ONE Access, you must create a separate group that is configured to push groups to Workspace ONE Access.