VMware Browser is an Enterprise-grade mobile browser that can be configured to meet your business requirements by providing a streamlined and productive browsing experience for your employees without sacrificing security and compliance.

1. VMware Browser Feature Overview

Before diving in, explore the features available in VMware Browser to better understand the use cases that could benefit from deploying VMware Browser to their mobile workforce.


  1. Per-App VPN allows employees to access corporate web apps and intranet sites without manually connecting.
  2. Corporate home pages and bookmarks can be pre-configured for a no-hassle setup.
  3. Personal bookmarks can be synced across devices automatically.
  4. Utilize built-in SSO to eliminiate authentication issues and challenges.
  5. Seamlessly access web app links from business emails by integrating with VMware Boxer.


  1. End-to-end encryption of data at rest and in-transit with AES 256-bit encryption.
  2. Separate business and personal data, allowing you to manage security policies while keeping individual information private.
  3. Employ Data Loss Prevention (DLP) controls to determine whitelisting/blacklisting, cut/copy/paste restrictions, cookie behaviour, and more.
  4. Trigger manual or automatic compliance actions to block or wipe enterprise data based on flexible policies.

Line of Business:

  1. Lock the device into a single, configurable web application kiosk.
  2. Control browsing to specific home pages, web apps, and links.
  3. Remove the navigation bar for a controlled browsing experience.
  4. Enable shared device modes using VMware Browser as the central point for users to log in and out.

2. Lab Overview

In this lab, you will be configuring a few of the features in VMware Browser that will showcase:

  • Automatic Per-App VPN access to intranet sites
  • Data Loss Prevention (DLP) controls
  • Kiosk mode browsing
  • Configuring bookmarks for easy access
  • Whitelisting/Blacklisting sites for a controlled browsing experience