You can configure the Wi-Fi settings and proxy for Windows phones running on Windows 8.1 and later versions. Wi-Fi profile is also supported for Surface Hubs running Windows 10 Team OS.
|Wireless Network identification||Specify the name for the Wi-Fi.|
|Hidden Network||Configure your Wi-Fi profile as a hidden network. This will hide the Wi-Fi network from unauthorized devices. Only devices to which the profile is associated to, will be able to access the Wi-Fi configured via MDM.|
|Automatically join network||Specify, if you wanted to allow the devices to automatically join the above mentioned network when it is reachable.|
|Security type||Choose one of the following security types:
>None : You can choose this if you do not want to secure the Wi-Fi connection. Devices then connect to the Wi-Fi without prompting for password.
>WPA2 PSK : If this is chosen, only authenticated users are allowed to connect the network.
>802.1x EAP : This is considered to be the most secure type of connection. 802.1x uses an authentication server to validate the users before establishing the connection.
|EAP method||Specify the EAP method to be used. You can choose between PEAP and TLS.|
|Phase 2 Authentication (Can be configured only if EAP method is selected as PEAP||By default, MSCHAPv2 is the Phase 2 Authentication used.|
|CA Certificate||You can select or upload a CA certificate to authenticate the connection. In case the EAP method selected is PEAP, provide the certificate of the server authenticating the Wi-Fi connection. If it is TLS, then provide the certificate of the CA, which has issued the client certificate to be used for TLS. Also, ensure the User Principal Name (UPN) present in the client certificate must be the user name.|
|Proxy Settings||You have to specify the type of proxy as manual or automatic. If you specify the type as Automatic, you have to specify the Server URL. If you specify the type as Manual, you have to provide the server name and port details.|