CSA 6.0 block wireless ssid, when corporate wireless can be seen

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Jan 18th, 2010
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Can we get the CSA to block a wireless SSID, when our corporate wireless can be seen?
We have to force your PC to connect to our corporate wireless and nothing else.
Our corporate wireless name is 1234-HQ
When a PC is at HQ, you could not flow to other wireless,
but when you are sitting at home office and has a wireless ssid name with a 1234-home, then the CSA did not block the wireless SSID

I have created a system state is labeled 1234-home and when I connect to 1234-home - I can see it in the registry

Can I solve this with the CSA?

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tsteger1 Mon, 01/25/2010 - 15:23
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I haven't tried this but it should work:

Create a Network Interface set called 1234-HQ with the Corporate SSID and used that to set the system state when it's active.

Create a rule that denies wireless connections to other SSIDs if the Corporate SSID interface is active.

It should work the same way that Deny Wireless if Ethernet active does.



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