Setting up AirWatch for Integration with Identity Manager: Part 2

Configure AirWatch settings in VMware Identity Manager to integrate AirWatch with VMware Identity Manager and enable the AirWatch feature integration options. The AirWatch API key and the certificate are added for VMware Identity Manager authorization with AirWatch.

Now if you are just jumping into this series, you need to know that you require to have this in place to complete the steps outlined here. If you haven’t you can check out Part 1.

  • AirWatch server URL that the admin uses to log in to the AirWatch admin console.
  • AirWatch admin API key that is used to make API requests from VMware Identity Manager to the AirWatch server to setup integration.
  • AirWatch certificate file used to make API calls and the certificate password. The certificate file must be in the .p12 file format.
  • AirWatch enrolled user API key.
  • AirWatch group ID for your tenant, which is the tenant identifier in AirWatch.


Now first step is to navigate to your VMWare Identity Manager administration console and go in “Identity & Access Management”-tab and click Setup -> AirWatch


That opens up this:




AirWatch API URL

Enter the AirWatch URL. For example,

AirWatch API Certificate

Upload the certificate file used to make API calls.

Certificate Password

Enter the certificate password.

AirWatch Admin API Key

Enter the admin API key value.

Example of an API key value FPseqCSataGcnJf8/Rvahzn/4jwkZENGkZzyc+jveeYs=

AirWatch Enrolled User API Key

Enter the enrolled user API key value.

AirWatch Group ID.

Enter the AirWatch group ID for the organization group that the API key and admin account were created in.

After filling it out, hit “Save


Very straight forward! You’ve now connected AirWatch and Identity Manager together!

Yay you!

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