The first step in setting up the integration with your identity provider is to enable VMware Identity Services in the Workspace ONE console. Your Workspace ONE tenant must meet the requirements for VMware Identity Services.
Caution: Review the requirements carefully before enabling VMware Identity Services. To revert the action, you must call VMware Support.
- If you plan to use VMware Identity Services with Workspace ONE UEM, your Workspace ONE UEM tenant must be version 2212 or later.
- If you plan to use VMware Identity Services with Workspace ONE Access, you must use the Workspace ONE Access cloud service.
- Your Workspace ONE UEM and Workspace ONE Access tenants must not have an existing integration with a directory source or identity provider.
- You plan to integrate one of the following SCIM 2.0-based cloud identity providers:
Note: Direct integration with Active Directory is not supported.
- Microsoft Azure Active Directory
- Any generic SCIM 2.0 identity provider
This integration has been tested with Okta.
- On the Configure VMware Identity Services page, review the requirements and make sure that you meet the requirements to enable VMware Identity Services.
- In step 1, Enable Identity Services, of the Getting Started wizard, click Start.
Note: If the Start button is deactivated, your tenant does not meet the requirements for VMware Identity Services.
- On the Enable Identity Services page, review the information, click Enable, and confirm your selection.
When VMware Identity Services is successfully activated, the Enable Identity Services step displays a green check mark and Completed status.
What to do next
Proceed to step 2, Integrate a SCIM 2.0-Based Identity Provider.