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The cloud IoT providers all tend to use per device certificates to identify each device individually. You have 2 choices here: You flash the certificate to the device at manufacturing time. You use the platforms HTTP interfaces to provision the certificate to the device at the point it is connected to the wifi and registered to a user. Both of these ...


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The answer is more or less same if you have seen this question Should there be one device provisioning service for one IoT hub if it is associated with one tenant? Yes DPS isolates tenant configuration based on attestation mechanism. Let's say, if X509 certificate based attestation mechanism is used and there are 5 tenants. There will be single root CA for ...


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It seems a single Device Provsioning Service (DPS) instance is enough to handle this scenario. All I have to consider is the attestation mechanism, in order to identify the devices to DPS. An intermediate certificate of the tenant can be uploaded in the DPS enrollment list and the same certificate will be used for signing the device certificates which belong ...


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