Wi-Fi clients email addresses are not visible after Social Login (Twitter) authentication


         This article will help us to configure the twitter app to request for user email address during the guest portal login process. Collecting the client email addresses will help us to know if he is a legitimate guest user or can be used by the administrators for other data analysis.  


         Here is the community link which help you to configure the twitter authentication using cnMaestro (Cloud or On-Premises)


It would result in not capturing the wifi-client email address after successful authentication which is observed under Client Session Page under the Guest Access Portal Profile.

Here is an example:


- To resolve this issue, please enable the email permission on your twitter account.

- Login to your twitter account, click on Apps > Created App > Permissions > Enable “Request Email address from Users”


        This will be only returned if user has registered and verified his email address into his twitter account.

Here is an example:

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