Disable Wireless Zero
Port Manager Timeout
The Server identity tab defines the credentials the client uses to authenticate the server during TLS/TTLS/PEAP authentication
message exchange. The Client uses this information to verify that the Client is communicating with a trusted server.
Do not validate server
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Use this option only as directed by technical support.
Selecting this option disables other wireless utilities whether the Client is running or not. If not
selected, other wireless utilities cannot apply their settings to the wireless card while the Client
is running (although their status displays are usually unaffected). You will need to perform a soft
reset whenever this setting is changed.
The interval at which the client polls the ports. This is used under different circumstances, for
instance after physical changes such as card removal or insertion have been detected. This
value should not be changed from the 10-second default unless so advised by technical support.
If this option is selected, the server certificate received during the TLS/TTLS/PEAP message
exchange is not validated.
This is the certificate authority used during TLS/TTLS/PEAP message exchange. Any Trusted
CA is the default selection and means that any certificate authority can be used during
Both trusted intermediate certificate authorities and root authorities whose certificates exist in the
system store are available for selection in the drop-down list.
This option is selected by default. It enables a number of unspecified certificates to be in the
server certificate chain between the server certificate and the certificate authority indicated in the
Certificate issuer must be field. This allows the server certificate received during negotiation to
be issued directly by the certificate authority or by one of its intermediate certificate authorities.
If disabled, then the selected Certificate issuer must have directly issued the server certificate.
Dolphin® 9500 Series Mobile Computer User's Guide