On any school network there are numerous devices in use, PCs, iPads, Chromebooks, laptops, TVs and more. We make associating the user to the device simple.
We integrate with Google OpenAuth so that students can use their Google account and password to log on to the school network.
We integrate with Microsoft domain controllers via WMI events to identify users. User group membership is determined through Active Directory integration.
We identify users of wireless devices by integrating with the network domain controller’s RADIUS server. This approach removes the need for any captive portal.
If your schools use Microsoft networking technologies then you'll most likely be using Active Directory (AD) to store user and group details. We automatically sync with AD to keep access details current.
We transparently identify users on fixed PCs by integrating with the local Domain Controllers (DC) and monitoring WMI events. Mobile device users on WiFi networks are identified by enabling 802.1x and integrating with the Domain Controllers' Network Policy Server (NPS).
When a student logs into a Chromebook, our Chrome extension automatically notifies us of this event. This approach transparently identifies students on shared Chromebooks.
|Supports All Devices
All platform including laptops, phones, tablets, TVs and media servers.
|Supports All Browsers
All browser compatibility including Chrome, Explorer, Safari and Firefox.
|Supports All Operating Systems
All OS compatibility including Windows, Android, Mac, iOS and ChromeOS.
Supports AD, LDAP, WMI, SSO, RADIUS,
Allow users to authenticate using their Google login credentials.
|Azure AD Authentication
Allow users to authenticate using their Azure AD login credentials.
|Google Chrome Extension
Automatic user authentication for students using Chromebooks.
Authenticate unknown users before granting internet access.
|Touchless BYOD Support
Students can securely and safely use personal devices at school.