See the Workspace ONE Intelligent Hub for Windows release notes for the latest features, bug fixes, and known issues. The Workspace ONE Intelligent Hub for Windows facilitates MDM enrollment in the traditional MDM uses cases for Workspace ONE UEM deployments. It also lists the apps that you make available to your users.

New Features

VMware Workspace ONE Intelligent Hub 21.07.02 for Windows 10

In this release, we’ve made a few updates containing general quality and performance improvements with no new features.

VMware Workspace ONE Intelligent Hub 21.07 for Windows 10

  • HUBW-1226: Hub Services Support Tab
  • HUBW-2110: Support for Native Notification Attachment (Requires Hub Services v21.09)
  • HUBW-3369: Application Management: Allow registry detection to use comparison operators for install data contingencies (not detection) - SFD

VMware Workspace ONE Intelligent Hub 21.05.5 for Windows 10

In this release, we’ve made a few updates containing general quality and performance improvements with no new features.

Transition from the Workspace ONE for Windows app to the Workspace ONE Intelligent Hub for Windows

Notify and train your end users to use the Workspace ONE Intelligent Hub for Windows catalog instead of the Workspace ONE app as you roll out the 20.08 release. With the Workspace ONE console 2008 release, if the Workspace ONE Intelligent Hub Auto-Update functionality is enabled, the Workspace ONE app automatically uninstalls within 24 hours. To ensure the removal of the Workspace ONE app, configure one of the listed scenarios and request that the endpoint retrieves and displays the Workspace ONE Intelligent Hub for Windows catalog. 

For customers that only require a Workspace ONE UEM catalog, complete the listed steps. The system removes the Workspace ONE app off the device after the device user views the catalog in Workspace ONE Intelligent Hub for Windows.

  1. In the Workspace ONE UEM console, confirm the authentication source is Workspace ONE UEM in Groups & Settings > All Settings > Devices & Users > General > Enrollment > Authentication >Source of Authentication for Intelligent Hub > Workspace ONE UEM.
  2. Go to Groups & Settings > All Settings > Apps > Workspace ONE > AirWatch Catalog > General > Publishing.
  3. Enable Intelligent Hub Catalog (Windows Desktop).

For customers that require a unified catalog for Workspace ONE UEM and Workspace ONE Access web and virtual apps, complete the listed steps. The system removes the Workspace ONE app off the device after the device user views the catalog in Workspace ONE Intelligent Hub for Windows.

  1. Ensure you have Hub Services configured with a Workspace ONE Access tenant.
  2. In the Workspace ONE UEM console, confirm the authentication source is Workspace ONE Access in Groups & Settings > All Settings > Devices & Users > General > Enrollment > Authentication >Source of Authentication for Intelligent Hub > Workspace ONE Access. You cannot override the Source of Authentication for Intelligent Hub setting by platform or in a child organization group because it is a tenant-level setting.
  3. In your Hub Services console, go to App Catalog, and enable the Windows platform.

Minimum Requirements

  • .NET Framework 4.6.2
  • Workspace ONE UEM Catalog requirements
    • Workspace ONE UEM Console 2105 or later
    • Enable Hub Services and the Intelligent Hub Catalog (Windows Desktop)
    • Set the Authentication Source to UEM
  • Trust the Microsoft Store API URL
    Trust this URL, http://licensing.mp.microsoft.com/v7.0/licenses/contentHTTPSUsed, in your firewall policies to ensure that the Workspace ONE Intelligent Hub for Windows launches on your Windows 10 devices no matter what Microsoft Store market your devices are used in.
  • A Microsoft supported Semi-Annual Channel Windows 10 Build, version 1909 or later

How to Download VMware Workspace ONE Intelligent Hub for Windows 10

  • Prior Version is Installed: The application seamlessly updates over the existing application version without disrupting device enterprise functionality.
  • Prior Version is Not Installed: Direct end users to download it from getwsone.com.

Resolved Issues

The resolved issues are grouped as follows.

21.07.2 Resolved Issues
  • HUBW-5827: Fixed an issue where the Workspace ONE Intelligent Hub for Windows UI displayed applications as repeatedly reinstalling.

  • HUBW-5927: Fixed an issue where upgrading the Hub to 21.07 increased CPU usage.

21.07 Resolved Issues
  • DCP-271: Chrome app start events are repetitive

  • DCP-666: Windows Deem – App details (name and hash) are inconsistent

  • DCP-697: Anomalies in App Start and App Exit numbers

  • DCP-713: Application Foreground event duration is not correct

  • DCP-910: Google Meet latency issue after 20.10.1.0 WS1 Hub upgrade

  • HUBW-4808: User Engaged Reboot not honored

  • HUBW-5403: [SFD] Missing app manifest causes apps queries to get 404 error

  • HUBW-5405: Auto Upgrade from 21.05 to 21.07 not working

  • HUBW-5516: Exception handling in VolumeProvider to avoid service startup failure

  • HUBW-5518: Reassignment fix for SID mismatch

  • HUBW-5557: Re-install of on-demand workflows from Hub installs older version of workflows

  • HUBW-5575: Push notification for Windows Intelligent Hub fails; Not application found

  • HUBW-5583: Add Drive Letter check in disk encryption sample

  • HUBW-5591: Bios Password is not set on brand new devices

  • HUBW-5607: Create and use SymbolicLink for AppDeploymentCache directory

  • HUBW-5641: After upgrade to 21.05, workflows shows as blocked for user context apps only on Pure Azure OOBE enrolled devices

  • HUBW-5656: Issues with the 21.05 agent for Windows where Groups randomly fail in Workflows

  • HUBW-5677: [scripts] Workflow execution failing with no response from powershell

21.05.5 Resolved Issues
  • HUBW-6010: Fixed an issue where a workflow execution failed with a timeout error.

  • HUBW-6041: Fixed an issue where the database was not recovering after a database corruption.

Known Issues

The known issues are grouped as follows.

21.07.02 Known Issues
  • We haven’t identified any notable known issues in this release. If you’re facing any problems, reach out to our support team.

21.07 Known Issues
  • HUBW-5833: [App launch] View app launch with step-up authentication fails to pick the correct authentication method.

21.05.5 Known Issues
  • We haven’t identified any notable known issues in this release. If you’re facing any problems, reach out to our support team.

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