We setup 802.1x on our network, originally with windows 7 devices. We used the default Hivemanager cert and loaded it on all the machines. With windows 7, if you didn't have the cert installed, you couldn't connect unless you manually unchecked "verify certificate". It appears in Windows 10, you can just connect to the SSID and it allows you to bypass the cert validation without any necessary configuration. How is everyone handling BYOD with Windows 10 devices? I know this could have been an issue with Windows 7, but at least there was the necessary know-how of creating the profile and finding that "verify certificate" check box. Now you don't even need to do that.