We have 2 wireless networks in our company, one hidden SSID which is the company network and the other one is the Public network for guests (not hidden) I have an employee that constantly keeps removing the wireless profile already set on her computer (the hidden one), after doing so she ends up connecting to our public Wi-Fi (not hidden) and keeps blaming that the computer is the problem. This is the 4th time that is happening and I need to "lock down" the actual profile hidden profile that was initially created so that she can't hit the "Remove" option on top but still be able to add other networks (e.g Starbucks, Hotel Wi-Fi) if she decides to take the work computer home or travel. Does anyone have any idea how to address this? Can GPO fix this or perhaps a PowerShell script can do the trick? I really need to grey out the
and change the permissions on that folder and subfolders that denies delete permission to that user. She'll be able to create new profiles, but will not be able to delete any.