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Last update: 2022-07-05

Wi-Fi configuration (Android Enterprise device policy)

With the Wi-Fi configuration you specify settings for connecting to Wi-Fi networks.

Restriction

If your Wi-Fi network uses Extensible Authentication Protocol (EAP) authentication (EAP/PEAP, EAP/TLS, or EAP/TTLS), it must not be hidden. That is, the network must be broadcasting its SSID.

Setting Description
SSID The ID of the Wi-Fi network.
Security type The security type of the Wi-Fi connection:
  • None
  • WEP
  • WPA/WPA2 PSK
  • EAP/PEAP
  • EAP/TLS
  • EAP/TTLS
Phase 2 authorization The authentication method for phase 2 of the EAP negotiation:
  • None
  • PAP
  • CHAP
  • MSCHAP
  • MSCHAPv2

This field is available for EAP/PEAP and EAP/TTLS connections.

Identity The user identity.

This field is available for EAP connections.

Anonymous identity The pseudonym identity sent unencrypted in phase 1 of the EAP negotiation.

This field is available for EAP connections.

Password The password for the Wi-Fi network.
Identity certificate The identity certificate for the connection to the Wi-Fi network.

The list includes all certificates from Client certificate configurations of the current policy.

This field is available for EAP connections.

Trusted certificate The root CA for the certificate of the EAP server.

The list includes all certificates from Root certificate configurations of the current policy.

This field is available for EAP connections.

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