VMware Unified Access Gateway (UAG) Configuration – Step by Step

This post shows how to configure VMware UAG, step by step.

Before starting, you can review:

UAG Configuration

  1. Go to UAG admin console: https://UAG_FQDN_or_IP_Address:9443/admin and login with privileges.
  2. On Configure Manually, click Select.
  3. Go to General Settings -> Edge Services and click Show to display Horizon Settings. Click .
  4. Configure the parameters you need and click Save.
    • Enable Horizon: YES.
      • Connection Server URL: Connection Server or Load Balancer, FQDN or IP Address.
      • Connection Server URL Thumbprint: comma separated list of Connection Servers Thumbprints. To determine the Thumbprints browse Horizon Servers URLs, click the lock icon in the address bar () and view the certificate details.
      • Enable PCOIP: YES.
        • PCOIP External URL: UAG external URL which clients use for secure connection through PCoIP Secure Gateway. Public IP Address.
      • Enable Blast: YES. You must disable this feature on Connection Servers.
        • Blast External URL: UAG external URL which enables end users to make secure connections from web browser through Blast Secure Gateway. Public URL Address.
        • BSG UDP Tunnel Server: YES. Enables connection through UDP in case of lower bandwidth.
      • Enable Tunnel: YES. You must disable this feature on Connection Servers.
        • Tunnel External URL: UAG external URL which clients use for tunnel connections View Secure Gateway (USB, RDP, MMR). Public URL Address.
  5. Then, you will be able to connect your Horizon environment through UAG.

UAG Certificates

More details in VMware Horizon 7 SSL Certificates post.

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