You can use the Workspace ONE Access console to monitor the service and connectors, manage use accounts, manage resources in the catalog, and configure and manage Workspace ONE Access components and settings.
When you have administrator privileges, you can log into the Workspace ONE Access console from your Workspace ONE Intelligent Hub user portal page. To open the console , click your profile on the right and select Workspace ONE Access Console.
To access the Workspace ONE Access console directly, enter the Workspace ONE Access URL as https://<exampleFQDN.com>/SAAS/admin. When the login page displays, select the domain, if requested and log in with your Active Directory user name and password, or select System Domain and log in as the Workspace ONE Access admin.
The Workspace ONE Access console menus provide easy access to monitor activity and perform various functions in the Workspace ONE Access service.
Working in the Workspace ONE Access Admin Console Pages
In the SaaS April 2022 release, the Workspace ONE admin console was redesigned for better navigation to key settings. To start using the new admin console, use the New Navigation toggle in the admin console header to quickly switch to the new user interface. You can use the toggle to switch back to the other console at any time.
Where to find Workspace ONE Access settings in the new console
|New Tab||Includes these settings|
Dashboard, Limit, and Report monitoring tools.
|Accounts||Users and Groups and the Roles tabs|
|Resources||Catalog tab content and the Policies page that was in Identity & Access Management.|
Directories, Identity Providers, Authentication Methods, Magic Link, Connectors, Okta, and Workspace ONE UEM integrations.
In addition, Hub Configuration is moved here from the Catalog tab.
Settings also includes a new OAuth 2.0 Management setting. OAuth 2.0 Management is the redesigned Remote App Access setting that was in the Catalog > Settings section. The Oath 2.0 Management configuration design is not available in the legacy admin console.
The April 2022 Workspace ONE Access publications shows you how to configure features with the New Navigation toggle turned on in the redesigned Workspace ONE Access admin console. To see information about how to configure features using the old navigation, go to the Workspace ONE Access Cloud > Legacy Admin Console-Based Documents folder in the Workspace ONE Access documentation center. The legacy Workspace ONE Access documents will not be updated with new features after April 2022.
Navigating in the Latest Workspace ONE Admin Console (Cloud only)
This section describes where to navigate in the horizontal tabs to Workspace ONE feature settings in the new console.
|Monitor||Provides access to:
|Accounts||Provides access to:
|Resources||Provides access to:
See the Setting Up Resources guide for information about setting up resources in the Workspace ONE Access service.
See the Managing Authentications Methods in VMware Workspace ONE Access guide for information about managing policies.
|Integrations||Provides access to:
|Settings||To provide access to:
Supported Web Browsers to Access the Workspace ONE AccessConsole
The Workspace ONE Access console is a web-based application you use to manage the Workspace ONE Access service. You can access the console from the latest versions of Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, Safari, and Microsoft Edge.
Workspace ONE Intelligent Hub for End Users
End users can access entitled resources from the Workspace ONE Intelligent Hub app on their devices or from the Hub portal in web browsers. The Hub portal is the default interface used when users access and use their entitled resources with a browser.
When Workspace ONE UEM is integrated with Workspace ONE Access, 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 from the Hub portal.