Before BYOD devices can join our secure, custom built Wi-Fi network, they need to be enrolled with Microsoft Intune.
This step needs to be completed for each individual device, so repeat these steps if your student changes or upgrades their device in the future.
Enrolling a device
This step must be completed at home.
Follow the instructions in the videos below to enrol your device:
Students will need to know their school email address (email@example.com) and password to complete the process. New students will set a password when they arrive at Kingston State college.
If your student has forgotten their password, their teachers can help them change it.
Privacy - Does Microsoft Intune monitor the student's device activity?
No. Microsoft Intune reports the following information to the school:
a. Device owner.
b. Device name.
c. Device model.
d. Device manufacturer.
e. Operating system and version eg: iOS 13 or Windows 10.
f. App inventory and App names, like Microsoft Office 365.
g. On student and staff’s personal devices the school can only see school managed Apps.
h. Device serial number and IMEI.
Microsoft Intune will never record any of the following:
a. Cannot see your child’s personal information.
b. Cannot see what your child is doing on their device.
c. Does not track student’s locations / device location.
d. Does not provide information on personally installed applications.
e. Does not allow uninstalling of any applications including your child’s own applications.
f. Home Network cannot be seen.
g. Calling and web browsing history.
h. Email and text messages.
l. Pictures, including what's in the photos app or camera roll.
My child has an older Windows device. Will it work on the new network?
If your child's device is running Windows 7, 8, or 8.1, it will need to be upgraded to Windows 10. This can be done for free.
If the device runs Windows 10 'S Mode' it may need to be upgraded to standard Windows 10 first. See the Microsoft support guide for more.
The device will also need to have a 5Ghz Wi-Fi receiver, which is in most laptops and tablets manufactured since 2015.