Set up and help connect a device to the corporate WiFi network without the user knowing its password. This policy can be configured on all subscription plans. To configure,
- Go to Policies.
- Create a new policy or select an existing one.
- Click on Android Settings.
- Select WiFi from Network.
|Service Set Identifier||In simple words, Service Set Identifier (SSID) is the name of the WiFi network.|
|Auto join||Devices will connect to this WiFi network when the devices are in its range, no need to manually tap connect. Auto join is enabled by default.|
|Hidden network||Specify whether the Wi-Fi network is Hidden. This option is disabled by default.|
|Security type||Select a security type to display additional security setup options. The available security types are None, WEP, WPA/WPA2 PSK (default) and 802.1x EAP.|
(If WEP or WPA/WPA2 PSK is selected as the security type)
|Enter the password in this field to connect to the WiFi network. A minimum of 8 characters are required as the password.|
|Accepted EAP method
(If 802.1x EAP is selected as the security type)
|Select the accepted Extensible Authentication Protocol. Available protocols are PEAP, TTLS and PWD. The remaining settings will change according to the EAP type selected. PEAP is selected as the default EAP method if 802.1x is selected as the security type.|
|Phase 2 authentication||Select an authentication protocol None, PAP, MSCHAP, MSCHAPv2, GTC. In PAP, passwords are sent as plain text. MSCHAP is Microsoft’s variant of CHAP (Challenge-Handshake Authentication Protocol), which uses a hash function with random numbers on the password, and the random number and the result of the hash are sent instead of a plain password. MSCHAPv2 is the second version of the MSCHAP and support mutual authentication. GTC (Generic Token Card) is an alternative to Microsoft’s MSCHAPv2 and is developed by Cisco. MSCHAPv2 is set as the default authentication protocol.|
|Identity||Provide the username to authenticate with the authentication protocol.|
|Outer identity||A secure tunnel is created for transferring the identity and password. Outer identity is this secure tunnel’s username.|
|Password||Enter the password associated with the username provided above.|
|Identity certificate||Select an identity certificate from the list. If nothing is available, it is likely that you haven’t added any at Policies → Select an existing policy or create a new one → Android Settings → Certificates.|
Settings for TTLS and PWD
|Identity||The username to get authenticated with the authentication protocol.|
|Password||Provide the password associated with the identity to get authenticated to the authentication protocol.|
Push WiFi Settings to Devices/Groups
If you haven’t saved the policy yet, to associate the policy with the device,
- Head on to Policy Targets tab.
- Click on + Add Devices and select the devices.
Not only devices, you can associate any policies with the device groups, users or user groups from the left pane under Policy Targets.
There’s another method for the policies to get associated with the device.
- From Policies, check the policies to get associated with a device.
- Select Associate Targets from Manage.
- Select the devices.