Why bluetooth rather than WIFI ?
Bluetooth operates in a similar frequency range to 2.4Ghz WIFI. Bluetooth has only a 3.5Mhz bandwidth, compared to 80Mhz on 5Ghz WIFI. It is not really intended for more than audio streaming.
What is your role in this: IT, managment, projectionist? Who is "they".
Are there security issues involved? Access, risk of data theft, or actual classifed documents?
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Very sure that the objective is to keep visitors/ guests happy but WIFI is (as pointed out by @kanewolf ) superior to BT.
And I am also wondering about that "guest eula". Who imposed that requirement and for what purposes? Is that document actually some sort of non-disclosure document?
Guest Wifi connectivity access and use is easily managed for the most part.
Also what is driving the objection to using an HDMI cable? I would expect that the laptop would be sitting beside the projector and only need a few feet/meters of HDMI cable. No cables thus running across the room to trip on and otherwise get in the way.
Plus, HDMI would likely provide a stabler and faster way to view laptop hosted videos and presentations.
Hello My CEO doesn't was to pass cable to every one when they need to present something
the problem is our guest wifi to be able to connect they need to accept a EULA from web page to connect
when i tries with the employee wifi it was ok i was able to cast
i know BT was not made for this ....
im trying to find the perfect fit maybe create a nother ssid just for projection ?
or i disable the nedd of a EULA