(A) The model of the device, because it may not support that WiFi network
(B) The EMM being used, because it may not support setting WiFi configurations
(C) The users home SSID to ensure there is no conflict
(D) The WiFi configuration set, because it may be incorrect
To eliminate the “Set device policies” watchpoint, the piece of information you should collect is whether the WiFi configuration is set properly or not.
The Wifi Configuration should have a set policy where you can find the Security Type, SSID and WiFi Password. If any of the policies are configured incorrectly then the device won’t be able to connect to the WiFi network.
This question is from the Android Enterprise Experts Certification Exam. You can find all the answers to the questions asked in this exam on our Android Enterprise Experts Certification Exam Answers page.