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

To configure the Wi-Fi profile:

  1. Navigate to Devices > Profiles > List View > Add > Add Profile > Android (Legacy).
  2. Configure the General profile settings as appropriate.

    These settings determine how the profile deploys and who receives it. For more information on General settings, see Add General Profile Settings.

  1. 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.
  2. 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.
  3. Select Save & Publish.