Currently Being ModeratedNov 17, 2012 5:34 AM (in response to Linc Davis)
I don't actually think this is the case. Everytime I log in as a different user, I have to authenticate to the WiFi. However, I was able to copy the Keychain folder after logging in as Guest and then copying it to the User Template as root. The only problem now is that the user is prompted to accept the certificate, which requires a password. However, Guest does not have a password and it won't allow us to get past the password prompt. Cancel works but it is an extra step everytime.
Currently Being ModeratedNov 17, 2012 5:56 AM (in response to Dan-Cherokee)
Network passwords are, or should be, stored in the System keychain, which is available to all users. Open Keychain Access and make sure that's so.
From the menu bar, select . The box labeled Remember networks this computer has joined should be checked. The network you're using should be on the list of Preferred Networks.
Currently Being ModeratedNov 19, 2012 6:01 AM (in response to Linc Davis)
I checked to make sure the network was being remembered in system preferences and it is. However, I'm not sure I know how to ensure the system keychain is available to all users. Could you explain how I could check to see if that is the case?
Currently Being ModeratedNov 19, 2012 7:03 AM (in response to Dan-Cherokee)
Users don't need access to the System keychain. It's for system-wide processes.
If you're using 802.1X authentication to a RADIUS server, use the instructions linked below as a guide: