You can review and manage the Password (AirWatch Connector) configuration that was set up when you installed Workspace ONE UEM and added the VMware Identity Manager service.

The Password (AirWatch Connector) authentication method is managed from the Identity & Access Management > Authentication Methods page and is associated to the built-in identity provider in the Identity Providers page.

Important:

When the AirWatch Cloud Connector software is upgraded, make sure that you update the Workspace ONE UEM configuration in the VMware Identity Manager console AirWatch page.

Procedure

  1. In the VMware Identity Manager console Identity & Access Management tab, select Authentication Methods.
  2. In the Password (AirWatch Connector) Configure column, click the pencil icon.
  3. Review the configuration.

    Option

    Description

    Enable AirWatch Password Authentication

    This check box enables Workspace ONE UEM password authentication.

    AirWatch Admin Console URL

    Pre-populated with the Workspace ONE UEM URL.

    AirWatch API Key

    Pre-populated with the Workspace ONE UEM Admin API key.

    Certificate Used for Authentication

    Pre-populated with the Workspace ONE UEM Cloud Connector certificate.

    Password for Certificate

    Pre-populated with the password for the Workspace ONE UEM Cloud Connector certificate.

    AirWatch Group ID

    Pre-populated with the organization group ID.

    Number of authentication attempts allowed

    The maximum number of failed login attempts when using the Workspace ONE UEM password for authentication. No more login attempts are allowed after the failed log ins reach this number. The VMware Identity Manager service tries to use the fallback authentication method if it is configured. The default is five attempts.

    JIT Enabled

    If JIT is not enabled, select this check box to enable just-in-time provisioning of users in the VMware Identity Manager service dynamically when they log in the first time.

  4. Click Save.