Wireless access point -- Rogue Detection

I have a Window network with some wireless access points.

Today a new Rogue AP named "Cisco12452" appeared.

What software/etc can I use to track down where this is at,
then tell the employee to "remove from the network" ?
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Craig BeckCommented:
Use something like Acrylic Free on a laptop.  Move around until you see the AP with a signal as close to -20dBm as you can.  That's a negative number so -90dBm is a weaker signal than -40dBm, for example.
Yes, do as craigbeck suggests.  Other software that works well is Meraki Wifi Stumbler (you can install on an Android phone ... not sure about ios), or WiFi Analyzer, also an app available (free) for Android devices.  These will show you signal strength for all APs concurrently.

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