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how can i create a guest wireless user without an email?

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how can i create a guest wireless user without an email?

Hi, the only way to create a guest user is with an email? my client only want a random password.

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A model citizen

Re: how can i create a guest wireless user without an email?

The only two ways to give access to the dashboard are user accounts with an email address or SAML integration.

 

You could technically create a fake email and set up an account so they are signing in with the email you created as their username and a password. They would then be able to reset the password from what you set it as after they log into the dashboard.

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A model citizen

Re: how can i create a guest wireless user without an email?

The only two ways to give access to the dashboard are user accounts with an email address or SAML integration.

 

You could technically create a fake email and set up an account so they are signing in with the email you created as their username and a password. They would then be able to reset the password from what you set it as after they log into the dashboard.

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Re: how can i create a guest wireless user without an email?

and with SAML integration i would need an email for authetication?

A model citizen

Re: how can i create a guest wireless user without an email?

Likely yes. It would be integrating with another system which would almost certainly have emails tied to them.

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Re: how can i create a guest wireless user without an email?

thanks where i can find the documentation? do you have any link?

A model citizen

Re: how can i create a guest wireless user without an email?

Kind of a big deal

Re: how can i create a guest wireless user without an email?

What you could do is configure the WiFi for pre-paid billing.  You can then pre-print the cards with have PIN numbers on them.  You can say that the PIN code expires after a set period of time.

 

https://documentation.meraki.com/MR/Splash_Page/Configuring_a_Prepaid_Card_Billing_SSID

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