UAG Files: Not using the right proxy pattern breaks HTML view-client

Reading Time: 3 minutes While working at a Workspace ONE project we were implementing a Unified Access Gateways (UAG) for untrusted connections to reach the workspace. Untrusted connections could be Wifi or the big bad interweb. They have two routes, all users reaching the Workspace aka Identity Manager (vIDM Proxy and vIDM) for authentication and choosing the entitlements and … Continue reading »UAG Files: Not using the right proxy pattern breaks HTML view-client

Blog Search Queries answers: EUC Unified Access Gateway default password

Reading Time: 3 minutes I have seen some search terms on this site lately involving the same query as described in the title of the article: the EUC Unified Access Gateway (UAG) default password. I would like to answer those queries in this post. And to be short, direct and for some blunt, there isn’t any default. You will have … Continue reading »Blog Search Queries answers: EUC Unified Access Gateway default password

vROPS: Upgrading vROPS for Horizon 6.5 and vROPS 6.6

Reading Time: 4 minutes As announced at https://blogs.vmware.com/euc/2017/09/vrealize-operations-for-horizon-published-apps-6-5.html vROPS for Horizon 6.5 was released on 21 September. Next, to some expected improvements, there are two bonuses to this upgrade: – one, you can upgrade to vROPS 6.6 which was not supported with vROPS for Horizon 6.4. – two, you can use NVidia Virtual GPU Management Pack to get some long wished … Continue reading »vROPS: Upgrading vROPS for Horizon 6.5 and vROPS 6.6

NSX for Desktop: Jumpstart microsegmentation with Horizon Service Installer fling

Reading Time: 5 minutes   We fortunately see a lot more NSX with EUC deployments. Used for microsegmentation of the virtual desktop infrastructure, virtual desktop security protection and load balancing of the workspace components (see my previous post here: https://www.pascalswereld.nl/2017/06/09/euc-layers-horizon-connectivity-from-nsx-load-balancers-with-love/). I want to focus a bit on the microsegmentation and mainly on the NSX service profiles,  groups and standard … Continue reading »NSX for Desktop: Jumpstart microsegmentation with Horizon Service Installer fling

Horizon 7.2: With a little helpdesk from my friends

Reading Time: 5 minutes On June 20th the latest version of Horizon was released, namely Horizon 7.2. The highlights of this release include the added Horizon Help Desk tool, and general availability of Skype for Business enhancements in the Horizon environment to enable Horizon users to use Skype in a production environment. You can for example find the VMware … Continue reading »Horizon 7.2: With a little helpdesk from my friends

vRealize Log Insight broadening the Horizon: Active Directory integration deploy VMware Identity Manager

Reading Time: 5 minutes At a customer I am working on the design of vRealize Log Insight. With the authentication objective we can choose from the sources local, Active Directory or VMware Identity Manager. In the latest release (4.5) it is clearly stated that authentication configuration of Active Directory directly from Log Insight is depreciated. Edit: Unlike some previous … Continue reading »vRealize Log Insight broadening the Horizon: Active Directory integration deploy VMware Identity Manager

VCAP-DTM Deploy Achievement Unlocked with some exam time management tips for you

Reading Time: 4 minutes After my exam earlier was postponed due to some problems between Pearson VUE and VMware Lab communications, I did my VCAP-DTM deploy last Friday. And it was a pass on the first attempt 🙂 Woohoo. The exam is a whopping 3,4 (or somewhat with 205 minutes) hours getting through tasks where time management is the … Continue reading »VCAP-DTM Deploy Achievement Unlocked with some exam time management tips for you

EUC Layers: Horizon Connectivity or From NSX Load Balancers with Love

Reading Time: 7 minutes Another layer that will hit your end users is the connectivity from the client device to the EUC solution. No intermitted errors allowed in this communication. Users very rarely like connection server are not reachable pop-ups. Getting your users securely and reliably connected to your organization’s data, desktops, and applications while guaranteeing connection quality and … Continue reading »EUC Layers: Horizon Connectivity or From NSX Load Balancers with Love

EUC Layers: Dude, where’s my settings?

Reading Time: 7 minutes With this blog post I am continuing my EUC Layers series. As I didn’t know that I started one there is no real order to follow. Other that it seems to be somewhat from the user perspective, as that seems a big part in End User Computing. But I cannot guarantee that will be the … Continue reading »EUC Layers: Dude, where’s my settings?