If you have a Paloalto firewall as an exit, you can use GlobalProtect and enable Enforce GlobalProtect Connection for Network Access to ensure that you must dial into GlobalProtect to access the Internet
You can refer to the following connection step 4
If there is no Paloalto firewall, consider using desktop management software like Symantec for control
Hi @Sulthan.Ibrahim ,
If you are able to capture the specific device type GUID of the NIC card of your wifi device on the endpoint, you can create custom device type on Cortex XDR and add it to blocking under the "Device Configuration" profile of "Extension Policy Rules" of Cortex XDR.
This should allow you to block the wifi device of your endpoint. If the idea is to block only the wifi device and not network connectivity, then this should ideally be helpful. Alternatively, if you want to firewall the endpoint for all types of network connectivity you can use host firewall for the same.
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