Systems Manager can be used with Cisco Meraki wireless networks to easily deploy certificate-based (EAP-TLS) authentication to iOS, OS X, and Android clients. This is ideal for customers that want to seamlessly and securely (using WPA2) authenticate users, while avoiding the additional requirements of an external RADIUS server. This article will cover an example of how to implement this solution.
Systems Manager Sentry Wi-Fi security provides automatic certificate-based EAP-TLS configuration in just a few clicks, eliminating the need for the use of a certificate authority (CA) and the additional management required for each device and user. This article outlines how to integrate SM Sentry with Cisco Meraki MR access points for EAP-TLS wireless authentication.
Systems manager uses a variety of uniquely identifying values from clients to attempt to determine a device's hardware identity for pairing against it's Systems Manager identity during enrollments or re-enrollments. These alerts are designed to alert you when Dashboard has determined that a device is, in fact, unique but important 'unique' identifiers aren't. On desktop machines, this is usually the BIOS UUID (Universally Unique Identifier).
The iOS console contains useful historical information about an iOS device's behavior, which can be helpful in troubleshooting problems with Systems Manager. The following instructions explain how to use Xcode to download an iOS device's console logs:
A Limited Access Role is a type of Network Administrator that is restricted by both the scope of devices they can manage, as well as features they can access. This allows the creation of an administrator who only has access to specific devices in your Systems Manager network. This article outlines how to create a Limited Access Role and apply it to a user, as well as describe options available to these users.
The Cisco-Apple fast lane is a new feature released with iOS 10 that allows IT administrators to optimize their Cisco wireless networks for iOS devices. Using Systems Manager, network bandwidth can be automatically prioritized to business-critical applications like Cisco Spark with QoS.
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