Hi all. We are a 15 location company, offices all over the US. Every one of our offices uses Cisco 2960 or 3750 switches. We have Bitlocker enabled on all laptops and use MBAM to monitor/administer it. Certain models of laptops (all dell's, just varying models) and dock combinations when connected to the Cisco switches, are allowed to bypass having to enter in their bitlocker PIN when connected to the network. We just add a 2nd DHCP server that MBAM uses to the switch via an extra IP helper statement on the vlan the users connect to. For example: interface Vlan2 description Users-OC ip address 10.10.100.1 255.255.255.0 ip helper-address 10.1.0.35 <----- ip helper-address 10.10.0.3 We recently opened an office in Tacoma, and are planning to deploy Meraki switches next year. So we started with this one. A user that does not get prompted to enter his bitlocker PIN when he's in any other office, does get prompted when he's in Tacoma. I've set both DHCP servers in the Meraki settings, and according to documentation i've seen, the switch will check both. I'm just wondering if it's stopping after it gets an address from the first one? It works fine on Cisco switches, but doesn't on the Meraki. We're seriously anticipating buying 25-30 switches next year and this could completely put a halt to that. I really don't want it to cause I, so far, love working with the Meraki switches. Hoping there is a workaround for this. Any thoughts would be appreciated! Hope this makes sense and maybe someone else out there has tried to do this also and was successful.
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