This guide is applicable for both scenarios: using user- or device-type certificates for WiFi authentication.

Configuration Steps

  1. Navigate to Devices and subsequently Configuration profiles

  2. Then click Create > New policy

  3. As Platform select Windows 10 and later

  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. The Connection Name can assume the same name.

  8. Configure the Authentication Method to User if you want to use user-type certificates for authentication or Machine if you would like to use device-type certificates for authentication.

  9. Then for EAP type choose EAP - TLS

  10. Next, as Certificate server names 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.

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

  2. Under Client Authentication select SCEP certificate as Authentication method

  3. Finally, Client certificate for client authentication (Identity certificate) select the SCEP profile you would like to use for authentication.

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

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