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How do I allow non-admin users to join unknown wifi networks when the computers are managed by OS X server?

Posted on 2014-07-11
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Last Modified: 2016-05-04
I want to be able to unlock the printer and networking panes in System Preferences for non-admin users. They are constantly mobile and need to have those rights. I've looked all through Workgroup Manager, but can't find the permissions to change to unlock those panes. The setup are Mac OSX Clients, Active Directory for authentication, with computer accounts in AD and OD as well as augmented user records in Open Directory.
Question by:mikenewnam
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joinaunion earned 2000 total points
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Is this what your trying to do? Important to read all the comments also.

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