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Hi,
With a humble attitude I ask for help.
We are offering our users to use a wireless network when they use their laptops in meeting rooms etc.
This is working fine.
We have a WPA-PSK key.
We want to avoid our users to register the WPA-PSK key every time the loggin on to the wireless network.
I´m not sure were to register the actual WPA-PSK key in the wireless policy.

/AkisT  
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Hi AkisT,

there is no way to add a key to the policy, its like displaying a password in a policy, just cant be done my friend :)

you can set your access point to supply the key and then setup MAC address filtering to only allow allowed MAC addresses which is a work around
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