Summary and Additional Resources
Summary and Additional Resources
This operational tutorial provided steps to configure VMware Tunnel and Content Gateway edge services for Unified Access Gateway in a Workspace ONE UEM environment.
The following procedures were included for VMware Tunnel:
- Configure VMware Tunnel in the Workspace ONE UEM Console
- Deploy Unified Access Gateway enabling VMware Tunnel edge services through PowerShell
- Define network traffic rules for Per-App Tunnel
- Configure VPN Profile and deployment Workspace ONE Tunnel client
- Validate access to internal websites based on device traffic rules
The following procedures were included for Content Gateway:
- Configure VMware Content Gateway in the Workspace ONE UEM Console
- Deploy Unified Access Gateway enabling Content Gateway edge services through PowerShell
- Add network file share as content repository in Workspace ONE UEM
- Define security policies for mobile devices when accessing corporate files in specific folders
- Use Workspace ONE Content application to access internal files
Terminology Used in This Tutorial
The following terms are used in this tutorial:
|application store||A user interface (UI) framework that provides access to a self-service catalog, public examples of which include the Apple App Store, the Google Play Store, and the Microsoft Store.
|auto-enrollment||Auto-enrollment simplifies the enrollment process by automatically enrolling registered devices following the Out-of-Box-Experience.
|catalog||A user interface (UI) that displays a personalized set of virtual desktops and applications to users and administrators. These resources are available to be launched upon selection.
|cloud||Asset of securely accessed, network-based services and applications. A cloud can also host data storage. Clouds can be private or public, as well as hybrid, which is both private and public.
|device enrollment||The process of installing the mobile device management agent on an authorized device. This allows access to VMware products with application stores, such as VMware Identity Manager.
|identity provider (IdP)||A mechanism used in a single-sign-on (SSO) framework to automatically give a user access to a resource based on their authentication to a different resource.
|mobile device management
|Software installed on an authorized device to monitor, manage, and secure end-user access to enterprise resources.
|one-touch login||A mechanism that provides single sign-on (SSO) from an authorized device to enterprise resources.
|service provider (SP)
||A host that offers resources, tools, and applications to users and devices.
|virtual desktop||The user interface of a virtual machine that is made available to an end user.
|virtual machine||A software-based computer, running an operating system or application environment, that is located in the data center and backed by the resources of a physical computer.
For more information, see the VMware Glossary.
For more information about Workspace ONE, you can explore the following resources:
- VMware Workspace ONE Action Path
- VMware Workspace ONE product page
- VMware Workspace ONE Documentation
- VMware Identity Manager product page
- VMware Identity Manager Documentation
- VMware Workspace ONE UEM, powered by VMware AirWatch product page
- VMware AirWatch Documentation
- VMware Workspace ONE free trial
- VMware Workspace ONE Enterprise Edition Reference Architecture
- VMware End-User-Computing Blogs
- Workspace ONE UEM Hands-On Lab
About the Authors
This tutorial was written by:
- Andreano Lanusse, End-User-Computing Staff Architect, Technical Marketing, VMware.
The purpose of this tutorial is to assist you. Your feedback is valuable. To comment on this tutorial, contact VMware End-User-Computing Technical Marketing at email@example.com.