Windows 10: Wifi Sense - Enterprise Networks - Aruba Guest Networks.

  1.    18 Jun 2015 #1

    Wifi Sense - Enterprise Networks - Aruba Guest Networks.

    Is there anyone here that has some solid info/experience using Wifi Sense. \

    Me and some fellow network engineers are trying to figure out how big of a security risk this is or is not in an Enterprise environment. We have 40,000 employees, we provide an Aruba wireless network for them to connect their personal devices too and another Aruba controlled network for them to connect to using company issued hardened laptops.

    My security team is asking if we think WiFi Sense would share Users credentials from their personal phones/laptops with Wifi Sense enabled and for some dumb reason they turn on sharing.

    MS could not even give as a straight answer.

    My assumption is that it if Enterprise security is in play that MS would have built in policies to not allow WPA2 Ent type configs be shared?

    Our Aruba environment is extremely complex but user Auth is set up such that they provided a 4 digit pass code and the email they use on the website to sign up is the username. Aruba Clear Pass Network.
      My ComputerSystem Spec

  2.    21 Jun 2015 #2

    glad you got Aruba, you can shoot all of those wifi-sense methods down, if you dont want them to harras the network
      My ComputerSystem Spec


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