How to set up Wi-Fi Connections

Set up office Wi-Fi connections that enable automated, seamless check-ins.

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Wi-Fi Connections enable an office administrator to create a seamless mechanism for automated desk check-ins & working location updates. If you're interested in using the Tactic Wi-Fi Check-ins desktop application, please reach out to our team.

Creating a Wi-Fi Connection

Creating a connection is super simple. The only piece of information you need is your Wi-Fi SSID name. This is the name you see when you're looking at your laptop's network settings and choosing a Wi-Fi network. For example, if your Wi-Fi network was named "Company HQ" then that's your SSID Name.

Once you've entered your Wi-Fi SSID Name exactly as it appears in your network settings, you'll select which offices use this SSID Name. If the name is unique to a single office, only select the one office.

(Optional) Subnet Range

If you're worried about Wi-Fi SSID spoofing, you can optionally add the subnet configured for your office Wi-Fi network & turn on Subnet Range Enforcement. This will make sure that the system checks both the SSID name match & the subnet range match to the information provided during setup.

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