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eduroam - Configure a wireless connection for Windows 8.1 And Windows 10

These instructions will help you connect a Windows 8.1 and 10 laptop to eduroam.

1. At the Start screen type 'Control Panel' and select the search result.

2. Select the 'View network status and task' link under the 'Network and Internet' category.

3. Select 'Set up a new connection or network'.

4. Select 'Manually connect to a wireless network'.

5. Type in the following information so that your screen looks like the one.

6. Select 'Change connection settings'.

7. Select the Security tab. Choose a network authentication method: 'Protected EAP (PEAP)'. Next click the 'Settings' button.

8. On the Protected EAP Properties window make sure the 'Verify the server's identity by validating the certificate' box is unchecked.

9. Click 'configure' which is next to the 'Select Authentication Method' box and ensure that 'Automatically use my Windows logon name and
word (and domain if any)' is unchecked.

10. At the eduroam Wireless Netowrk Properties (security tab), select 'Advanced Settings'.

11. Under '802.1X Settings' select 'Specify authentication mode:'. In the box, select 'User authentication'.

12. Click on '802.11 settings' and under 'Fast roaming' uncheck the box for 'Enable Pairwise Mater Key (PMK) caching'.

13. Click OK and Close to exit out of all the properties and security windows.

14. Locate 'eduroam' in the network list.

15. Click connect. The user name will be as follows: '' and the password is the one for the school account.

You are now connected to eduroam on Windows 8.1. Congratulations.

Keywords:eduroam, 8.1, windows, wireless, 10, Windows 10, No Wireless, DNS,   Doc ID:47077
Owner:Mark V.Group:UW Parkside
Created:2015-02-11 17:04 CDTUpdated:2017-09-07 12:30 CDT
Sites:UW Parkside
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