02-05-2014 06:10 AM - edited 02-05-2014 06:12 AM
02-08-2014 11:24 AM
I used to work in a manufacturing environment and we had 802.11b equipment when that's all anyone had. It's been a while, so I haven't kept up with the manufacturing side.
As far as sticky clients go, Client Match in AOS6.3 should alleviate client stickiness.
For what reasons do you feel you don't have granular policy control over your scanners? Are you locking down their access with user roles?
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02-08-2014 03:22 PM
thanks alot for the tips,
as for the scanners, we have anywhere from the oldest scanners to the newest.. its like the wild wild west.. there is no one person that owns the scanners , their used to be but that group was disbanded years ago. and things have went down hill a tad from there.
they now use group accounts, instead of individual accounts, and i just haven't found a real easy way to lock them down and manage them.. since capabilities vary so differently from model to model.
its a combination of office politics and a technical solution, that is needed..
but hoping to make progress and things advance..