You can allow users connect to Wi-Fi networks that you consider to be secure, such as a corporate Wi-Fi network. To do so, you must add the network to the list of trusted Wi-Fi networks. Device Control will block access to all Wi-Fi networks except those specified in the trusted list.
To add a Wi-Fi network to the trusted list:
In the main application window, click the Settings button.
In the application settings window, select Security Controls → Device Control.
In the right part of the window, select the Types of devices tab.
The Types of devices tab contains access rules for all devices that are included in the classification of the Device Control component.
In the Access column opposite the Wi-Fi device, right-click to open the context menu.
Select the Block with exceptions option.
In the list of devices, select Wi-Fi and click the Edit button.
This opens the Trusted Wi-Fi networks window.
Click the Add button.
This opens the Trusted Wi-Fi network window.
In the Trusted Wi-Fi network window:
In the Network name field, specify the name of the Wi-Fi network that you want to add to the trusted list.
In the Authentication type drop-down list, select the type of authentication used when connecting to the trusted Wi-Fi network.
In the Encryption type drop-down list, select the type of encryption used for securing traffic of the trusted Wi-Fi network.
In the Comment field, you can specify any information about the added Wi-Fi network.
A Wi-Fi network is considered trusted if its settings match all settings specified in the rule.