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 button .
In the application settings window, select Security Controls → Device Control.
In the Access settings block, click the Devices and Wi-Fi networks button.
The opened window shows access rules for all devices that are included in the Device Control component classification.
In the Access to Wi-Fi networks block, click the Wi-Fi link.
The opened window shows the Wi-Fi network access rules.
In the Access column, select Block with exceptions.
Under Trusted Wi-Fi networks, click Add.
In the opened window, do the following:
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.