You need the following administrator privileges to configure shift-based access control in your Workspace ONE services.

Administrators who can configure shift-based access controls

  • Workspace ONE Access super administrator. Super administrators can access and manage all features and functions in the Workspace ONE Access services.
  • Hub Services super admin. Super admin can access and manage all features and functions in the Hub Services console.
  • The Workspace ONE UEM administrator role must have permissions to access and configure the following.
    • Organization group’s smart groups for which they want to assign controls.
    • Apps for which they want to assign policies in Workspace ONE UEM.
    • SDK profiles to create and assign the time awareness component profile.

General prerequisites

Before you start to configure shift-based access control make sure that the following prerequisites are met.

  • Hub Services deployed with Workspace ONE Experience Workflows configured.
  • Workspace ONE Access tenant
    • Workspace ONE Access configured as the source of authentication.
    • Directory configured and shift-based frontline worker user groups synced to the directory. The user name in the Workspace ONE directory must match the user name in the time keeping system.
    • Web apps that are restricted identified.
  • Workspace ONE UEM 2209.1.1 or later.
  • Android devices with Workspace ONE Intelligent Hub version 22.11 or later installed.
  • iOS devices with Workspace ONE Intelligent Hub version 22.08 or later.
  • A time keeping system configured to retrieve your workers current working status.