To use this configuration your RADIUS Server need a certificate which was issued by a CA and you have to reference the CA certificate in your WiFi profile. If you are not sure what type of certificate your server is using, contact us.

Before creating the Wi-Fi profile, create a Trusted root certificate profile as described here. Change your Platform accordingly.

The following list and screenshot show you all necessary configurations:

  1. Navigate to Devices and subsequently Configuration profiles

  2. Then click Create > New policy

  3. As Platform select your Android device type

  4. Search the Profile type templates for Wi-Fi and select it

  5. Click Create and provide a descriptive name and optional Description

  6. As Wi-Fi type select Enterprise

  7. Enter your SSID

  8. As EAP type choose EAP - TLS

  9. Next, as Radius server name add the

    • Subject Alernative Name (SAN)

    • and Common Name (CN)

    of your active RADIUS Server Certificate . Those properties can be found by expanding the active server certificate and copying the relevant values. Please consider, that the common name is case-sensitive.

11. For the Root certificates for server validation select the Trusted certificate profile you have previously created for the RADIUS Server Certificate.

12. under Client Authentication select Certificates as Authentication method

13. Finally, under Certificates select the SCEP profile you would like to use for authentication.

All other settings can be configured according to your own needs and preferences.

Some Android kiosk devices require a value for Identity privacy (outer identity). Please consider this when you are having issues authenticating against the WiFi network with such devices.

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