Dynamic PSK vs Apple Configurator - ZD3000
I’m am involved with setup of a cart of iPads using Apple Configurator supervision. This is in a school situation, and the iPads are to be used by different students at different times of the day - they are not assigned to one user, and are regularly refreshed with Configurator. Our current site-wide wifi is run by a ZD3000 and uses Zero-IT and Dynamic PSK.
My questions is, what’s the best way to get these iPads on our wifi?
Dynamic PSK appears to be a problem. As far as I know, Configurator doesn’t have any easy method for pushing a unique PSK to each device. The usual method is to put one PSK in one configuration profile, and push that to all the connected devices. Because these devices are refreshed regularly, having to touch each device to configure anything is not an option.
Is there any way to have a static PSK on an SSID with Dynamic PSK enabled? Or is there any way to associate one PSK with multiple MAC addresses? Or is my only option to create another SSID with Dynamic PSK disabled?
Any suggestions would be appreciated.