Has anyone been succesful in using decryption on a network where most computers are not on the domain? I am working at a school where all students are bringing their own devices so we cannot push decryption certificates through group policy.
You have to install the root certificate into all the systems. By default IE,Chrome uses windows certificate store but if the students are using mozilla firefox then in that case they have to install that certificate into the mozilla firefox as well.
I'm a high school teacher in Austin, TX. What is the best way to block Twitter, Facebook and other social media? Can we use GPO to push SSL decryption certificates at our school?
If it's the schools network, you can define policies, which need to be accepted by the students (if legal council is fine with it).
So you can make the students install GlobalProtect on their devices and with that you got a) accurate UserIDs and b) you can propagate trusted root certificates to the devices)
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