03-13-2017 12:59 AM
One of our client (an municipal county) wants to use 2 different guest networks, one for guests visiting the county officials and one for students at a senior high school. On the student guest network there must be a limit of one device per user. Our client does not have an on-boarding license (nor do they have the founds to purchase one at the moment).
I have created 2 different services (see the attachment for more information on one of the services). I have created a new role for the new guest network, have edited the enforcement profile (denying the
county guest role from accessing the student guest network and vice versa. But....still a county guest user account is still able to login to the student guest network. I am missing something, but I do not know what I am missing...any help will be very helpful. I can add more screen shots if needed.
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03-13-2017 04:29 AM
Essentially you need to find a way to differentiate between each type of user otherwise there's no way to prevent / deny access based on the type of users
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03-13-2017 04:45 AM
I am not sure if I understand you correctly but....when a guest user is created the creator chooses which type of user (Employee, Contractor, Guest or Gymnasie-Guest) she/he wants to create and thus the newly created user receives the proper role. If this is not what you meant, can you please be more clear...thanks (english is not my native language).
Software version on the CP is: 6.6.2, we are planning an upgrade since the client experiences many strange problems/issues...
03-15-2017 12:40 AM
Well this problem has been solved, most likely due to improper testing procedures (from our client). So the configuration that I attached in my first post do work.