Configuring a Wi-Fi profile lets devices connect to corporate networks.


  1. Navigate to Resources > Profiles & Baselines > Profiles > Add > Add Profile > .
  2. Select Android (Legacy) > or > Android ( Second Edition Google Glass Only).
  3. Configure the General profile settings as appropriate.
  4. Select the Wi-Fi payload and configure the Wi-Fi settings.
    Setting Description
    Service Set Identifier Provide the name of the network the device connects to.
    Hidden Network Indicate if the Wi-Fi network is hidden.
    Set as Active Network Indicate if the device connects to the network with no end-user interaction.
    Security Type

    Specify the access protocol used and whether certificates are required.

    Depending on the selected security type, the displayed fields will change. If None, WEP,or WPA/WPA 2) are selected; the Password field will display.If WPA/WPA 2 Enterprise is selected, the Protocols and Authentication fields display.
    • Protocols
      • Use Two Factor Authentication
      • SFA Type
    • Authentication
      • Identity
      • Anonymous Identity
      • Username
      • Password
      • Identity Certificate
      • Root Certificate
    Password Provide the required credentials for the device to connect to the network. The password field displays when WEP, WPA/WPA 2, Any (Personal), WPA/WPA2 Enterprise are selected from the Security Type field.
  5. Select the Credentials payload and configure certificate setup that will be used to authenticate.
    Settings Description
    Credential Source Upload a certificate from your local machine or define a Defined Certificate Authority, or upload a User Certificate.
    • If you choose to Upload a certificate, complete the following:
      • Credential Name – Enter the name of the credential or select on the information symbol to view acceptable lookup values like {EmailDomain} and {DeviceModel} to find the credential file to use.
      • CertificateUpload the new certificate or lookup values.
    • If you choose to use a Defined Certificate Authority, complete the following:
      • Certificate Authority for the Defined Certificate Authority – Select the external or internal CA issuing encryption keys for the PKI.
      • Certificate Template for the Defined Certificate Authority – Select the predefined template for the CA to use when requesting a certificate.
    • If you choose upload a User Certificate, select either S/MIME Certificate or S/MIME Encryption Certificate.
  6. Select Save & Publish.