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how to remove wireless whitelisted clients

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how to remove wireless whitelisted clients

Since installing Meraki,I have used the Add client feature, to assign devices for different policies. And it works great. The problem I'm having now, is some of those devices are either gone or I need to move to another policy. The issue is I can only see the device when it is connected to the network. Those devices that won't connect again or I don't want to connect with existing policy I would like to remove or change.

 

I cant find an list to export or tab where I can see ALL devices that have have once connected with policy.  Could anyone assist ?

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Re: how to remove wireless whitelisted clients

Change the view to "All Clients with a Policy" , even if they have been gone for a long time, they'll still show up on that list.
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Re: how to remove wireless whitelisted clients

If you created a "Group Policy" you should be able to see the clients you assigned it to in a list. You can click on the link.

 

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I didn't create a group policy for those that I whitelisted. Maybe that's what I need to start doing so I can keep up with them
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Kind of a big deal

Re: how to remove wireless whitelisted clients

Change the view to "All Clients with a Policy" , even if they have been gone for a long time, they'll still show up on that list.
Nolan Herring | nolanwifi.com
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Re: how to remove wireless whitelisted clients

I do see some clients devices that have "Device Removed From Network".  That's a good sign.  I can export that list.

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