Wi-Fi configuration (macOS user policy)
The Wi-Fi configuration lets you specify settings for connecting to Wi-Fi networks.
|SSID||The name of the Wi-Fi network.|
|Connect automatically||Automatically connect when the Wi-Fi network is available.|
|Hidden network||The Wi-Fi network doesn’t broadcast its SSID.|
|Security type||The Wi-Fi security method (such as WPA2) and variant (Personal or Enterprise) the device uses.|
|Password||The password for the Wi-Fi network. |
This option is available when you’ve selected a personal security type.
|Protocols||The authentication protocol settings. |
Protocols is available when you’ve selected an enterprise security type.
|Authentication||The client authentication settings. |
Authentication is available when you’ve selected an enterprise security type.
|Trusted certificates||The server certificate. |
Before you can select a certificate, you must add it to the policy with a Root certificate configuration.
Trusted certificates is available when you’ve selected an enterprise security type.
|Proxy||Select Manually to configure the connection details manually. |
Select Automatic if you have a proxy auto-config (PAC) file.