Available through VMware Pathfinder and provisioned in the Workspace ONE Cloud, a Digital Workspace Proving Ground (DWPG) is a non-expiring, regionally located, fully integrated, enterprise-level digital workspace sandbox environment consisting of all Workspace ONE services and Horizon Cloud.
With enabling partners top of mind, the DWPG was developed so that a partner organization can build a single, all-powerful digital workspace demo & test environment where they have full admin access.
A DWPG is comprised of Workspace ONE Intelligence, Workspace ONE UEM with Workspace ONE Freestyle Orchestrator and Workspace ONE ONE Assist, Workspace ONE Access, Workspace ONE Hub Services, and Horizon Cloud Service.
Brokered by Pathfinder, a DWPG resides inside the VMware Cloud Services Console. The VMware Cloud Services Console and the Workspace ONE Cloud Admin Hub together provide a tightly unified experience for DWPG access and account management.
A DWPG is available to active partners and VMware employees.
- A VMware ID (formerly known as a My VMware ID) is required. You must log in with your VMware ID.
- Must be an active VMware partner organization.
- Email from "vmwservices.com" must be deliverable to your mailbox.
DO NOT PROCEED UNTIL AFTER VERIFYING EMAIL FROM "VMWSERVICES.COM" IS PERMITTED TO YOUR MAILBOX. EMAIL FROM "VMWSERVICES.COM" MUST BE DELIVERABLE TO YOUR INBOX.
Request Access to a DWPG
Time to complete: ~ 5 minutes
CAREFULLY FOLLOW ALL STEPS
A few minutes is all it takes to complete the DWPG setup. Don't go anywhere once you start. DWPG setup is one-time procedure and it involves new and unfamiliar interfaces. Please pay careful attention to each step to ensure DWPG setup success.
1. Go to the DWPG activity in VMware Pathfinder.
Using a private/incognito browser window, go to the DWPG activity in VMware Pathfinder. Click the "Get Started" button.
2. Click LOG IN WITH MY VMWARE/CSP ID.
My VMware is your VMware ID. This is where you log in with your VMware ID. You must log in with your VMware ID.
3. If needed, create your VMware ID to access VMware Cloud Services.
If you don't have a My VMware/CSP ID, create one using your company email address. Once logged in with your My VMware/CSP ID, you'll have access to Pathfinder's DWPG activity.
4. Go to the DWPG activity.
By using the link in step 1, once logged in with your My VMware/CSP ID, you'll be placed at the DWPG brokering activity. If not, search for "DWPG" in the Catalog. Pathfinder's DWPG activity contains its own overview and guide. Again, carefully follow this or that guide.
5. Request access.
After reading the brief DWPG overview and guide. Click the "Request Access" button to initiate brokering by Pathfinder.
If a member of your organization has already requested access and set up your organization's DWPG, you will not see a "Request Access" button. Instead you'll see "Login Credentials" with a member of your organization listed. This person is your DWPG owner. Please use the provided button to contact the DWPG owner or reach out to them directly for access.
You do not use Pathfinder to access a DWPG. You may now exit the activity.
6. Read the Digital Workspace Proving Ground (DWPG) Disclaimer.
By proceeding with a DWPG request, you have read and accepted the DWPG Disclaimer.
|Digital Workspace Proving Ground Disclaimer|
Hosted in the Workspace ONE Cloud, a Digital Workspace Proving Ground (DWPG) is a non-expiring, enterprise-level digital workspace demo environment where you have full administrative access.
By proceeding with a request, you have read and understand the following:
7. Retrieve the Get Started with Workspace ONE email.
After brokering has been completed, you will receive the critical "Get Started with Workspace ONE" email. Launch the tokenzied "Get Started" link using a private/incognito browser window, and log in using the same My VMware/CSP ID that requested access.
Note for VMware Employees
This note is ONLY for VMware employees. After log in, if you are presented with a notification that states someting like, 'you just logged in with a federated corporate account and do not have a VMware ID linked to it,' do the following, as indicated in the notification: (1) create your VMware ID and (2) link it.
8. Create a new VMware Cloud Services organization for your DWPG.
DO NOT SELECT AN EXISTING ORGANIZATION. If presented with a list of organizations, scroll to the bottom of the list and click "CREATE ORGANIZATION."
9. Give the new organization a DWPG-specific name.
This is the friendly name of your DWPG organization in the VMware Cloud Services console. This name does not rename tenants.
10. [Optional] Rename your Workspace ONE Access tenant's URL.
Rename it or leave it as is. Renaming may be desired as this URL is on the Workspace ONE User Portal.
All services are already linked. You don't need to link anything. You may now begin building your digital workspace demo world. Go here for detailed product administration guides.
Administration documentation: Getting Started with Workspace ONE Cloud Admin Hub
The VMware Cloud Services Console and the Workspace ONE Cloud Admin Hub are integrated to provide user administration and tenant access. The following are fundamental, need-to-know items after you've requested access and completed the DWPG's setup.
Access DWPG Tenants
Before your can access your DWPG's tenants, you must first be basically familiar with VMware Cloud Services (VCS) and be able to verify the organization that you named during setup. This VCS organization contains your DWPG.
Once in the VCS DWPG organization, you will see a "Workspace ONE" tile. Click on this tile to enter your DWPG. Inside, each service tile will launch you into the individual tenant. You must use each service tile to access each service.
Again, you must use Workspace ONE Cloud SSO to authenticate into each service. You can't use your VCS account to log in to a service, e.g. UEM, directly.
The below video shows you how to:
- Verify your DWPG organization in the VMware Cloud Services console.
- From VCS, drill into the Workspace ONE tile to your DWPG tenants.
- SSO into a Workspace ONE service using its respective service tile.
Add a DWPG Owner
The VMware Cloud Services Console is where DWPG owners are managed. When brokered by Pathfinder, a DWPG receives a single organization owner in the environment. An owner is responsible for adding additional owners. Go to Cloud Services Console > Identity & Access Management to invite owners.
When adding an owner to your DWPG environment, you must assign the following:
- Organization Role: "Organization Owner"
- Service Role: "Workspace ONE" with role "admin"
The below video shows you how to:
- Access user administration in the VMware Cloud Services Console
- Add an environment owner
When an invited owner enters console.cloud.vmware.com for the first time, they must select the DWPG organization. Be sure to let them know to select the DWPG org.
Don't lose access to your DWPG.
Best practice: Add a shared administrator account as an owner of your DWPG organization.
- Refer to VMware Workspace ONE documentation for all product guidance.
- Workspace ONE Assist is integrated with Workspace ONE UEM. Just set up required device agents in UEM's application management, enroll and go.
- With Horizon Cloud, the first action you must take is to set up a pod. You'll not be able to do anything with Horizon Cloud service until you set up a pod. DWPG does not include a pod. BYO pod. See the "Your new Horizon Cloud tenant environment and its portal" section in Horizon Cloud Deployments and Onboarding Pods — Horizon Pods on VMware SDDCs and Horizon Cloud Pods on Microsoft Azure
A DWPG is supported by either your Pathfinder/TestDrive inviter or pre-sales support resource. Otherwise, the DWPG is self-supported. FAQ is below:
Workspace ONE Cloud creates your admin account in the UEM service (and all services) by setting your email address as your username. If you have a pre-existing account in the UEM CN environment with your username as your email address, the pre-existing account will conflict causing Workspace ONE Cloud SSO failure. You need to either replace or remove the pre-existing, conflicting account for Workspace ONE Cloud's SSO to work.
Attention Partners: Reach out to your partner support contact if you're not able remove the conflicting account.
If a service has a renaming function, you can use its function to rename a tenant.
Please take care with the environment and its various services. Environment and tenant resets are not currently supported.