Eric Monjoin
Staff Consulting Architect but also pilot, spending time in front of my computer or flying in the air...

Revert Workspace One Access Connector to “Legacy”

Unfortunately once you choose wish version of Connector you want, you can’t revert back in a simple way and sometime it can happen that the wrong one was chosen (mainly selecting 20.01 instead of 19.03)

But the good new is: it’s possible to revert.

1st condition : remove all domains associated to your connector and remove the connector it self.

2nd condition : you need a Cookies editor and Postman
I personally use “Cookies App for Chrome” (Google is your friend)
and Postman is available here : https://www.postman.com/downloads/

So from Chrome, first connect to your vIDM as administrator, then using Cookies app for Chrome, search for the fqdn of your vIDM appliance, and keep it it open, or copy/past the value for “HZN”

Now open PostMan and click Import (top left) and then “Import from Link”

Put this URL in : https://www.getpostman.com/collections/b3b41297b1061c8ced65

And of course click “Import” 🙂

Now if you look at in Collection you have “RemoveNewConnectorFlag”

Select it and replace all the relevant fields with the access URL information and the HZN token. (tenant_name is whatever ‘customer’ is in customer.vmwareidentity.co.uk) ….

and for “On-Premise” you can find it at top right

In my case (On-Premise WS1 Access) it gives me this :

Now click on “Headers” …

Copy / past the value of HZN (Cookie) :

Move now to “Body” and change JSON to ‘Text’

Finally Click “Send”

You should obtain something like this :

Note : If ever you have such error :

Try disabling SSL Certificate verification in Settings > General

Thanks to Howard Bliss for providing this procedure used initially for SaaS deployment.

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