Hello Berlin_IT_Guy, What I would advice is to get an Azure AD joined device managed bij Intune, which has the user certificate in place. On this device you configure the Wifi profile manually and this way you can test that the connection works fine. On this device you export the Wifi profile with netsh. First you can view the wifi profles: - netsh wlan show profiles look for the network profile name and use this to export it. - netsh wlan export profile "type_profile_name_here" folder=c:\wifi This will create an xml file which you can use in Intune. Just as an extra remark, if you do this for WPA-Personal wifi configs (so not in this case because you are using WPA-Enterprise), also use the option key=clear. So the command would be: netsh wlan export profile "type_profile_name_here" key=clear folder=c:\wifi. This makes the WPA key exported in plain text and doing so makes it possible to import it on other systems. Else you can only use it on your own system. Now you create an Configuration profile in Intune. Select a custom profile for Windows 10 (OMA-URI) For the name field I always use the wifi SSID but it is just for reference as well as the description is. For OMA-URI use: ./Vendor/MSFT/WiFi/Profile/yourSSID/WlanXml change yourSSID to the SSID of the wifi. Data type is string And the value is the content of the xml which contains the Wifi configuration which you exported. This should do the trick.
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