KeithWilson wrote:Based on a webinar training I attended originating in Lehi, Utah I think the following information is still accurate.
All firewalls and wireless access points must purchased by the FM group, and all must be upgraded to the Cisco 881W Firewall, and Cisco 1041N wireless access points. These are then accessed, configured and maintained from HQ. They have the hardware and software to enable the LDS Account authentication. All basic access, (connecting to the access point) will be standardized with the same SSID and Password throughout every building in the church. But you won't be able to go anywhere until after you login to your LDS Account.
The Meetinghouse Technology Newsletter that was just sent out says that this whole effort to use LDS Account to authenticate for Internet usage in meetinghouses has been canceled (or at least postponed indefinitely): "We have been asked to improve controls over what
can be accessed instead of controlling who
can access it. As a result, signing in with an LDS Account will not be required for Internet use."
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