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AirWatch - Workspace One Release 2107

18 August 2021 by VMware 0 Comments

To view full release notes with resolved issues and known issues, see 2107 Release Notes.

Console

  • We’ve increased the allowed internal app size. 
    You can now upload internal apps of up to 10GB to the Workspace ONE UEM console. This file size has been increased from the previous 200 MB. You must enable CDB to use the increased app size. In SaaS deployments, we’ve enabled CDNs by default. If your on-premises deployment uses CDN, your environment will also have these updated size limits. To know more, see Deploy Internal Applications as a Local File.

  • See more results when using the /device/search API
    We’ve increased the page size limit of the /device/search API to 500. Each API call can now have a maximum of 500 records. If the page size exceeds the maximum limit, it will return only the first 500 records.

  • We've made a few enhancements to the Remote Management APIs (V1 and V2). 
    • The Remote Management APIs (V1 and V2) now support Role-based access controls. You can now restrict the level of access that a user must receive while using Workspace ONE Assist through the Remote Management APIs. Workspace ONE Assist allows the following functions to be restricted at a user-level role – Remote View, Remote Control, File Manager, Registry Editor, Remote Shell, Session Collaboration, and Unattended Access on desktops.
    • You can now use the Remote Management API (V2) to pass in additional parameters that allow users to choose specific remote management tools such as Share Screen, File Manager, and Remote Shell prior to a session. When using the Remote Management APIs, you can now easily specify which Workspace ONE Assist tool you want to connect to when starting a remote session. This functionality is already available when a session is initiated from the UEM console. We have enhanced the remote management APIs in this release to support the same.

 

macOS

  • Support for Apple Silicon in Smart Groups.
    Workspace ONE UEM now supports filtering by CPU Architecture in Smart Groups for macOS devices. You can define Smart Groups based on Intel (x86) or Apple Silicon (arm64) processor types. We have also updated the Device List View filter and the Device Details page to include the new CPU type. Support for filtering Windows devices by CPU type will be in a future release. For more information, see Support for Apple Silicon Macs.

 

Email Management

  • We’ve simplified the Email List View page.
    We removed the device details such as OS, model, platform, phone number, or IMEI from the Email > List view page. You can still see that information from the Device List View page.

 

Content Management

  • Want to delete your old Personal Content storage, but not sure how? We have a solution for you. 
    You can now easily remove the Personal Content storage from your Workspace ONE UEM console using the /V2/contents/groups/{organizationGroupUuid}/personal-content API. This API deletes all personal content repositories from the provided organization group and its children. You can access this API at Workspace ONE UEM API Explorer.

 

App Management

  • We've made a few modifications to the CDN configuration to improve ease of use.  
    We enhanced the test connection functionality of the CDN configuration to include checks for user account permissions. We have also published a CDN configuration tool that can be used independently of the Workspace ONE UEM console. The new tool makes it easier for on-premises customers to set up their origin servers. You can find the tool on My Workspace ONE. For more information, see Workspace ONE UEM and Akamai Integration Workflow.

 

Window

  • We've bid farewell to Windows Phone.
    As Windows Phone has reached the End of General Support, we have removed all instances related to it from the Workspace ONE UEM console. We no longer support the management of this phone model. To know more, see the End of support announcement.

  • Build your own baselines for Windows 10 without using a pre-configured template.
    You no longer need a template to create baselines in Workspace ONE UEM. You can now create baselines from scratch by simply selecting policies from our policy catalog. Select the appropriate Windows 10 version in the creation wizard, then select your policies from the policy catalog. Baselines can be found in Workspace ONE UEM under Resources > Baselines. For more information, see Using Baselines.

 

Rugged

  • Launcher Check In/Check Out added as an Event Action condition.
    Your Android device Launcher can now be polled by an Event Action, and execute its Run Intent based on whether Launcher is checked in or checked out. For more information, see Event Actions.

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