You can create one or more virtual apps collections in the Workspace ONE Access console for each type of integration, such as Horizon, Horizon Cloud Service on Microsoft Azure with Single-Pod Broker or Horizon Cloud Service on IBM Cloud, Citrix, or ThinApp.
- Install the Virtual App service, a component of the Workspace ONE Access connector.
- The following administrator roles are required:
- To get started with virtual apps collections, use the Super Admin role. See About Workspace ONE Access Virtual Apps Collections for more information.
- To create, edit, or delete Horizon, Horizon Cloud, or Citrix virtual apps collections, use any role that can perform the Manage Desktop Apps action in the Catalog service.
- To create, edit, or delete ThinApp collections, use any role that can perform the Manage ThinApp action in the Catalog service.
- To edit and save the Network Ranges page for Horizon and Citrix virtual apps collections, use the Super Admin role.
- Log in to the Workspace ONE Access console.
- Select .
- If an information page appears, review the information and click Get Started, otherwise click New.
- Select the type of resource to integrate.
- Follow the New Collection wizard to create the collection.
The configuration information for each type of integration is different.
Some settings, such as the following, appear for all source types.
- For a Horizon on premises integration, see Configure Horizon Pods and Pod Federations in Workspace ONE Access for more information.
- For a Horizon Cloud integration, see Providing Access to VMware Horizon Cloud Service Desktops and Applications in Workspace ONE Access.
- For a Citrix integration , see Configuring Citrix Server Farms in Workspace ONE Access for more information.
- For a ThinApp integration, see Configure ThinApp Packages in Workspace ONE Access for more information.
Option Description Connector Select the connectors to use to sync this collection. You can add multiple connectors and arrange them in failover order. Only connectors that have the Virtual App service component installed appear in the list. Sync Frequency Select when and how frequently you want to sync the resources in the collection. The sync frequency can range from hourly to weekly. If you do not want to set up an automatic sync schedule, select the Manual option. If you select Manual, you must sync the collection manually after you create it and whenever you want to sync updates from the source server.
For more information about sync, see Syncing Virtual Apps Collections in Workspace ONE Access.
Activation Policy Select how you want resources in this collection to be available to users in the Workspace ONE Intelligent Hub portal and app. If you intend to set up an approval flow, select User-Activated, otherwise select Automatic.
With both the User-Activated and Automatic options, the resources are added to the Apps tab. Users can run the resources from the Apps tab or mark them as favorites and run them from the Favorites tab. However, to set up an approval flow for any of the apps, you must select User Activated for that app.
The activation policy applies to all user entitlements for all the resources in the collection. You can modify the activation policy for individual users or groups per resource, from theor pages.
What to do next
The resources in the new collection are not yet synced. If you set up a sync schedule for the collection, the resources are synced at the next scheduled time. If you selected the Manual option for sync, you must sync the resources manually by selecting the collection in the Virtual Apps Collections page and clicking or .