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We have a sonicwall NSA240 with clients authenticating via browser NTLM.

Any devices connecting install a CA certificate to ensure https. We also have a lot of students connecting (with BYOD)  and would like to push a second cetificate to clients not on the domain.

Is there any way to do this?

Many thanks in advance
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For BYOD which are not joined to the domain.  I don't think there is a way to push the cert to them.  The best you can do it to place the cert somewhere accessible and send out a notification to all BYOD users to download and install the cert themselves.
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Thanks Antz.. I thought so.

Thanks again for your help
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Cert based deployments carry a lot of management behind them because not all devices support them. Have you considered having users w/BYOD devices SSO authenticate via RADIUS upon domain login. You can enforce an encrypted connection through policies defined in the NPS server and also block connections that aren't secure or don't meet the criteria.
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Big thanks BST..

I wanted to push a certificate to BYOD clients so that our filtering system can monitor/filter https web traffic.

Our filtering provider effectively does a valid man-in-the-middle attack to monitor https porn, gambling, hates sites.

Would your RADIUS suggestion do the same.?  

Many thanks again
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