After creating a configuration file for Workspace ONE Drop Ship Provisioning (Offline), test the file to ensure your devices are correctly configured. Testing configuration files requires a test device or virtual machine.
- You must have a test device or virtual machine. To test the file, you must run the System Provisioning Tool in audit mode.
- You must have one of the following items to test:
- A PPKG containing the apps you want to install onto the device.
- A Workspace ONE Drop Ship Provisioning (Offline) configuration file.
- Download the VMware Workspace ONE Provisioning Toolto the test device.
- Start the VMware Workspace ONE Provisioning Tool.
- In the tool, select a PPKG or a Configuration to test.
- Select the test method you want to use. Select Apply Apps Only to only apply the apps in the PPKG to the device. Select Apply Full Process to apply the apps and the settings in the configuration file.
Only device-context apps are applied during this test. As there is no user for the device, user-context apps do not apply. If an app requires a reboot to finish installation, the tool prompts you to schedule a reboot. During the reboot, the device is told to resume installation after reboot and the tool relaunches.
- If you select a configuration file to test, you can select what happens after by setting After Applying Sysprep. You can choose to shutdown, restart, or quit after configuration. If you restart the machine, the OOBE runs. If you select quit, the VMware Workspace ONE Provisioning Tool closes after applying sysprep.
The VMware Workspace ONE Provisioning Tool applies the PPKG and the configuration file based on the test method selected. On the right-side of the tool, you can see the status of each step. You can view the logs after running the tool. The logs are found in C:\ProgramData\Airwatch\UnifiedAgent\Logs\PPKGFinalSummary.log.