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This is a classic bring-your-own-device network, think university halls of residence.

The user will be logged in locally when they click connect.

For example, if you deploy PEAP-TLS, do not also deploy EAP-TLS.

Specifies that the client verifies that server certificates presented to the client computer have the correct signatures, have not expired, and were issued by a trusted root certification authority (CA).

If server authentication does not occur, users are exposed to severe security risks, including the possibility that users might unknowingly connect to a rogue network.

A next step includes sending a WLAN probe request that has been modified to include the second key via the WLAN.

A next step includes validating whether the device is present within the confined area using a second communication network; whereafter allowing communication access over the second network using both the first and second keys if the device is validated as being present within the confined area, and taking appropriate action if the device is not validated as being present within the confined area.validating whether the device is present within the confined area by the server by determining whether the second key generated by the server is the same as the second key returned to the server in the modified WLAN probe request by the device; whereaftera server operable to receive, from the device over the second network, the first handshake message, and in response generate a random second key to be returned to the device in a second handshake message over the second network connection, whereinthe server further operable to validate whether the device is present within the confined area using the second key received from the access point by determining whether the second key generated by the server is the same as the second key returned to the server in the modified WLAN probe request by the device, and take an action in response to the validation of the device.a plurality of identification devices configured to be disposed at mapped locations within the confined area and operable to periodically broadcast or respond to interrogation requests with unique identity information; and whereinthe device is further operable to read identity information from identification devices in proximity to the device and operable to include identity information in the first handshake message; and whereinthe server is further operable to receive identity information along with the second key in the modified probe request, validate whether the device is present within the confined area using the second key and the identity information, and deliver a WLAN probe response modified with a validation status back to the device via the access point., wherein the server validates using a determination as to whether the second key, originally generated by the server for the same identity over the second network connection, is the same as the second key that was received from the device via the access point over the WLAN., wherein the determination includes a further determination as to whether the identity received along with the second key from the device over the WLAN is genuinely that of the identification device that it claims to represent., wherein the further determination uses a heuristics approach to compare battery status of the identification device with last known battery status, wherein battery status can only be lower or equal to the last known battery status of the same identification device., wherein, upon validation, the device is allowed to send messages to the server over the second network, wherein the messages include the first and second keys and the identity of the identification device., wherein a WLAN interface of the device, if it is disabled, is enabled to send the modified WLAN probe request and receive the modified WLAN probe response, and otherwise the WLAN interface is restored.a plurality of identification tags configured to be disposed at mapped locations within the confined area and operable to periodically broadcast or respond to interrogation requests with unique identity information;a device operable to read identity information broadcast from identification tags in proximity to the device and send a first handshake message including a first key generated by the device and a tag identity over a packet cellular network; anda server operable to receive, from the device over the cellular network, the first handshake message, and in response generate a random second key to be returned to the device along with the tag identity in a second handshake message over the same cellular network connection, whereinthe device is further operable to send a WLAN probe request that has been modified to include the second key and the tag identity back to the server via an access point of the WLAN that forwards the second key and the tag identity to the server, whereinthe server further operable to validate whether the device is present within the confined area using the second key and the tag identity received from the access point by determining whether the second key generated by the server is the same as the second key returned to the server in the modified WLAN probe request by the device and whether the tag identity in the first handshake message and the tag identity from the WLAN probe request are the same, and deliver a WLAN probe response modified with a validation status back to the device via the access point; whereinif the device is validated as being present within the confined area, the device is then allowed access to send location update messages to the server over the cellular network using the first and second keys and the tag identity, and Radio frequency based solutions have been introduced that deploy, low-cost radio frequency based tags at known, mapped locations within confined premises, such as a floor of a retail store.

Introduction Definition Challenges Solutions Summary Welcome to this document from the Midsize Business Security Guidance collection.

Microsoft hopes that the following information will help you create a more secure and productive computing environment.

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