This is only required if you are using a RADIUS server certificate that was issued by a CA that your clients do not already trust. For example, this is not needed if you are bringing your own server certificate issued by SCEPman.
- 1.Log in to your Jamf Pro instance.
- 2.Choose your correct deployment scope (Computers, Devices or Users). In this example, we have chosen a macOS device (Computers).
- 3.Navigate to an existing Configuration Profile or create a new one and give the profile a meaningful name, e.g. "Corp-WiFi-802.1X".
- 4.Add a Certificate payload
- 5.Provide a meaningful Certificate Name, e.g. "RADIUSaaS Server Root CA"
- 6.Under Select Certificate Option select Upload
- 7.Upload the *.cer file containing the certificate you have downloaded in Part 1. A password is not required, since it is only the public key part that is contained in the file and that needs to be uploaded.
- 8.Select Allow all apps access
- 9.Unselect Allow export from keychain
- 10.Click Save
- 11.Under Scope assign the profile to the relevant audience