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Choose Yes or No , depending on the type of network you’re connecting to and if you want your PC to be discoverable by other PCs and devices on the network. Windows 11 Windows 10 More Choose the Wi-Fi network you want, then select Connect. Type the network password, and then select Next. Need more help? Expand your skills. Get new features first. Was this information helpful?

Yes No. Thank you! Any more feedback? The more you tell us the more we can help. Can you help us improve? Resolved my issue. Clear instructions. Wireless Security Type : Enter the security protocol used to authenticate devices on your network. Your options are:. For more security, you can also enter a pre-shared key password or network key.

Pre-shared key PSK : Optional. When your organization’s network is set up or configured, a password or network key is also configured. Enter this password or network key for the PSK value. The PSK is the same for all devices you target the profile to. If the key is compromised, it can be used by any device to connect to the Wi-Fi network. Keep your PSKs secure to avoid unauthorized access. Company proxy settings : Select to use the proxy settings within your organization.

EAP is often used by enterprises, as you can use certificates to authenticate and secure connections. And, configure more security options. Connect to this network, even when it is not broadcasting its SSID : Select Yes for the configuration profile to automatically connect to your network, even when the network is hidden meaning, its SSID isn’t broadcast publicly. Remember credentials at each logon : Select to cache user credentials, or if users must enter them every time when connecting to Wi-Fi.

Authentication period : Enter the number of seconds devices must wait after trying to authenticate, from If the device doesn’t connect in the time you enter, then authentication fails. If you leave this value empty or blank, then 18 seconds is used.

Authentication retry delay period : Enter the number of seconds between a failed authentication attempt and the next authentication attempt, from If you leave this value empty or blank, then 1 second is used. If you leave this value empty or blank, then 5 seconds is used.

If you leave this value empty or blank, then a maximum of 3 messages are sent. Maximum authentication failures : Enter the maximum number of authentication failures for this set of credentials to authenticate, from If you leave this value empty or blank, then 1 attempt is used. This caching typically allows authentication to the network to complete faster. Select No to force the authentication handshake when connecting to the Wi-Fi network every time.

Certificate server names : Enter one or more common names used in the certificates issued by your trusted certificate authority CA. If you enter this information, you can bypass the dynamic trust dialog shown on user devices when they connect to this Wi-Fi network. Root certificates for server validation : Select the trusted root certificate profile used to authenticate the connection.

Authentication method : Select the authentication method used by your device clients. Username and Password : Prompt the user for a user name and password to authenticate the connection. Also enter:. Non-EAP method inner identity : Choose how you authenticate the connection. Be sure you choose the same protocol that’s configured on your Wi-Fi network. Identity privacy outer identity : Enter the text sent in response to an EAP identity request.

This text can be any value. During authentication, this anonymous identity is initially sent, and then followed by the real identification sent in a secure tunnel. This certificate is the identity presented by the device to the server to authenticate the connection.

The client certificate is the identity presented by the device to the server to authenticate the connection. Derived credential : Use a certificate that’s derived from a user’s smart card. For more information, see Use derived credentials in Microsoft Intune. Perform server validation : When set to Yes , in PEAP negotiation phase 1, devices validate the certificate, and verify the server. Select No to block or prevent this validation.

When set to Not configured , Intune doesn’t change or update this setting. No doesn’t require cryptobinding.

 
 

 

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