Migrating to New Wi-Fi Networks

Migrating to New Wi-Fi Networks

Admin users can easily add new network details to the devices centrally, via the portal.

From the ClassVR Portal, click the circle at the top right to access the settings page, then click the link to enter the Administration Portal.



From here, navigate to the Access Points section using the link in the left sidebar.



At the right of this page, click Add New Access Point in the actions box.



Fill in the fields on this page, making sure you enter:
The SSID (exactly as it appears, including capitalisation, spaces etc.) in the network name field.
The encryption type.
The password (this will not appear in plain text).

You also have options to specify if this is a hidden network, or to delay deployment.

Once you have deployed this Access Point, all devices enrolled in your organisation will pull down the information when they next check in with our servers. Bear in mind that they will of course need to connect to Wi-Fi in order to do this, so this feature is best used for a migration from one network to another.
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