What we are trying to do is to have users log into a BYOD SSID with their personal devices using Azure AD as the authentication source. This is working perfectly for Windows and Android devices. Where we are having difficulty is with Apple devices (iPhones, iPads and MacBooks).
When an Apple device connects the SSID shows as Unsecure Network which is expected as it is an open SSID. The user connects to the SSID and it then shows No Internet Access. The pop-up does not appear. If the user then opens a web page (we recommend neverssl.com) then the captive portal page appears and they can log in. We have configured two SSIDs – one of which simply brings up the Azure login page while the other goes to a page on ClearPass which presents a Log in to Microsoft button which they then click on to bring up the Azure login. The second method is working as expected in a lab environment but when we bring it into production we still have to force the captive portal to appear.
We have been working with Aruba TAC and our local SE for over a month now and we just don't seem to be able to make any progress.
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