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Please I will like to request for an help or a guide on how to create a group, add a particular policy to it and also add users to the group on cisco meraki dashboard.

 

Thanks in anticipation.

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Hi Haydn

Thanks for the support.
 I have created the policy already but i don't know how to add users to the policy.
 
        
 
 
 What i actually intend on doing is creating different policies and adding different users to the policies.                           for example Policy A(Managers)  : 5mbps user(Faruq)   Policy B(Consultants) : 4mbps user(Tobi).
 
 
Although, i have created the group policies but the problem is how to add users to each policies.
 
 
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Assuming you have integrated Active Directory already...

Security/ SD- Wan > Active Directory > LDAP Policy > Add the LDAP group to the 'Meraki Group Policy' you made

 

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I don't think i have integrated Active Directory cause i can't see Security/ SD- Wan > Active Directory > LDAP Policy in my dashboard.

Is that the only way out and also please, how can i integrate the active directory

 

Thanks in anticipation

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Hi Haydn,

 

Thanks so much for the article you sent. I think i need a server to go through the steps.

Please is there any other way to achieve my aim without configuring the active directory.

 

Thanks in anticipation.

 

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The only way I can think of would be to tag the individual client's with the policy, that creates an administrative headache though.

 

I could be wrong, I'm sure someone will correct me if that is the case but I think for what you are trying to achieve Active Directory would require the least time in the long run

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I also taught of that but again it will be very stressful cause it won't be easy to known the actual client.

I taught of something like creating different SSID for different users and see if i can add the policy to each groups.

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Depending on your setup you could create a new SSID and push to a new VLAN I guess which might make it easier to maintain, If you do have the ability to integrate AD that would be the way forward

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Careful, group scheduling is not working at the moment.

 

My group policy scheduling in the Dashboard stopped working last week, and when I called support, I was told it's a known issue with many reported tickets. No ETA for a rollback, and no more information was known as to the cause. I have a simple network all on stable firmware and tried all the troubleshooting actions, short of RMA.

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Re: Group Policy

Group Policies can be found on the "Network Wide" tab. From there you can make your rules and assign clients to said policy.

 

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Hi Kytobi, Thanks for the support.
 I have created the policy already but i don't know how to add users to the policy.
 
        
 
 
 What i actually intend on doing is creating different policies and adding different users to the policies.                           for example Policy A(Managers)  : 5mbps user(Faruq)   Policy B(Consultants) : 4mbps user(Tobi).
 
 
Although, i have created the group policies but the problem is how to add users to each policies.
 
 
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