You can integrate your Horizon Cloud Service tenant with your Workspace ONE Access tenant to provide users the ability to access Horizon Cloud desktops and applications from the Workspace ONE Intelligent Hub app and portal. This lets you provide users a single place to access all their applications securely from multiple devices.

Types of Horizon Cloud-Workspace ONE Access Integrations

There are two methods for integrating Horizon Cloud with Workspace ONE Access. The type of integration method you use depends on the type of Horizon Cloud environment that you have.

  • Horizon Cloud Service on Microsoft Azure with Universal Broker environments

    For these environments, you set up the integration between Horizon Cloud and Workspace ONE Access in the Horizon Cloud administration console. Horizon Cloud assignments are pulled into the Intelligent Hub catalog directly from Horizon Cloud when users log into the Hub portal. Assignments do not have to be synced to Workspace ONE Access first.

    This integration method is available for Workspace ONE Access Cloud only. A Workspace ONE Access connector is required to sync users and groups from Active Directory to your Workspace ONE Access tenant.

    For information about using this integration method, see Horizon Cloud Environment with Universal Broker - Integrate the Tenant with Workspace ONE Access and Intelligent Hub Services in the Horizon Cloud Service documentation.

  • Horizon Cloud Service on Microsoft Azure with Single-Pod Broker environments, and Horizon Cloud Service on IBM Cloud environments

    For these environments, you integrate Horizon Cloud with Workspace ONE Access by creating a Virtual Apps collection in the Workspace ONE Access console and syncing user entitlements from your Horizon Cloud tenant to your Workspace ONE Access tenant. Administrators can view Horizon Cloud desktops and applications in the Workspace ONE Access console. End users access their desktops and apps from the Intelligent Hub app or user portal.

    A Workspace ONE Access connector is required to sync resources and entitlements from Horizon Cloud to your Workspace ONE Access tenant as well as to sync users and groups from Active Directory to your Workspace ONE Access tenant.

    Important: Only Workspace ONE Access connector versions 22.05 and later support integration with Horizon Cloud Service on Microsoft Azure with Single-Pod Broker and Horizon Cloud Service on IBM Cloud environments. For information about the 19.03.0.1 connector, which also supported integration with these types of environments, see the VMware Product Lifecycle Matrix and Knowledge Base article 83996.

    For information about using this integration method, follow the requirements and procedures described in this document. Also see A Horizon Cloud Environment with Single-Pod Brokering — Integrating the Environment's Horizon Cloud Pods in Microsoft Azure with Workspace ONE Access in the Horizon Cloud Service on Microsoft Azure documentation.

Important: You cannot use both of these methods concurrently. If you plan to integrate with Horizon Cloud Service on Microsoft Azure with Universal Broker, you must delete any existing Horizon Cloud virtual apps collections in the Workspace ONE Access console.