Within VMware UEM you are able to filter out settings based on conditions. These condition can be set directly on the config or by creating a condition set and attach the condition set on the config. Some examples of conditions are Endpoint IP Address, Environment Variables, Group Membership, IP Address and a lot more.
At a customer we experienced a very strange problem. Once starting the VMware UEM Management console and changing or creating a condition or condition set. We were not able to browse the AD when selecting the condition Group Membership. The browse button was grayed out and we got the following message: Browsing for groups is only available on domain-joined computers. So the strange part is: The machine is domain joined.Continue Reading
The VMware Unified Access Gateway (UAG) is a virtual appliance primarily used to allow secure external access to your organization’s applications. These application can be native windows applications, software as a service (SaaS) applications, and desktops. VMware UAG is typically deployed in a DMZ. For more information see: https://docs.vmware.com/en/Unified-Access-Gateway/index.html
A while ago a customer had an issue with deploying the VMware Unified Access Gateway. The customer imported the OVA and did the necessary config to deploy the OVA. Once installed the OVA didn’t start and came back with a strange error message:
Cannot initialize property ‘gateway2’. Network ‘DAAS-01_BE’ has no associated network protocol profile.
My name is Niels Geursen and I work as a consultant at Login Consultants.
I started my career in the year 2000. The past 17 year I learned the IT challenges from small to enterprise companies. In all these years I also got the opportunity to educate myself by following courses and doing exams for Citrix, Microsoft and VMware. This let to the following certification: MCSE 2012, CCE-V, VCP6-DTM and a lot more.
My experience is mainly focusing on end-user computing however I am currently trying to get familiar with VMware Airwatch to get the hang on Enterprise Mobility Management.
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When users need to wait for 60 seconds until they can interact with the application the user experience is impacted. We encountered this behaviour at a costumer and needed to troubleshoot this.
To read more on how I found the problem by excluding antivirus and group policy settings see my guest blog post at Logit Blog