Meraki Group Policy Manager NoSplash changes?

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derrickfulkerson
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Meraki Group Policy Manager NoSplash changes?

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I noticed this morning in the Group Policy Manager that there are now two options. It used to only be “NoSplash” but now I see “NoSplash (from wireless)” and “NoSplash (from application)”.

All of the devices I had previously added are now under “NoSplash (from application)“.

Can anyone tell me what the difference is between these two options?
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Re: Meraki Group Policy Manager NoSplash changes?

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I believe the new policy would be related to the following announcement posted a couple days ago "Announcement: IOTConnect SSID" viewtopic.php?f=51&t=39403#p225440
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There was also a rumour awhile back about WAP’s for Family History, could this be connected?

Isn’t this fun speculating about what this might be about! :D
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Biggles wrote:There was also a rumour awhile back about WAP’s for Family History, could this be connected?

Isn’t this fun speculating about what this might be about! :D
ahh, yes the cat and mouse game has been so fun over the years...
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