Client Configuration Area
Each user account needs to define the protocol and the credentials used to authenticate a user. Because Windows Mobile
devices are usually small devices with a single NIC and, usually, a single user, the initial configuration is usually the only time
the software needs to be set up. The Client will need to be reconfigured if the device is used on multiple networks, or if different
users share the computer.
Note: Fields are be grayed out if not relevant to the selected protocol.
Accessing the Client Configuration Area
On the main screen, tap Client > Configure (see
the User tab.
On this tab,
User Settings Tab
System Settings Tab
Server Identity Tab
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Configure authentication credentials and profiles.
Set the level of detail that the Client will provide in the system log and zero-config options.
Control how the Client authenticates the server that handles the 802.1X protocol on the network side.
This applies only to the TLS, TTLS, and PEAP authentication methods and is used to tell the Client
what server credentials to accept from the authentication server to verify the server.
on page 7-20). The Client Configuration screen opens displaying
Dolphin® 9500 Series Mobile Computer User's Guide