Windows Vista
  1. Click Start and select Control Panel > Network and Internet > Manage Wireless Networks.
  2. If you see 'eduroam' listed, right-click it and select Properties. Now go to step 8.
  3. If 'eduroam' is not listed, click Add and then Manually create a network profile.
  4. Enter eduroam as the network name.
  5. Choose WPA2 Enterprise as the security type.
  6. Choose AES as the Encryption type and click Next.
  7. On the next screen, click Change connection settings.
  8. Click the Security tab and then click Settings.
  9. Check that UTN USERFirst-Hardware is ticked in the Trusted Root Certification Authorities box.
  10. Next click Configure and untick Automatically... if any.
  11. Click OK on the next three windows.
  12. Now click Connect to...
  • Enter your username in the following format: 
    Staff; username@gcu.ac.uk (eg abc1@gcu.ac.uk)
    Students; username@gcu.ac.uk (eg ajones01@gcu.ac.uk)
    Please note that this user name is NOT an email address
  • Enter your domain password
  • Leave the Logon domain field empty

   13.  Your computer will authenticate and connect to the secure network.

Windows 7, 8 and 10

Installation for Windows PCs

  1. If you are on GCU campus, search for and connect to the Wireless network called eduroam.
  2. You will be presented with a login box.
  3. Enter the requested details in the following format: username@gcu.ac.uk and your current domain password.
  4. On the first connection, you will be presented with a certificate authorisation page, Click Connect.
  5. The setup is now complete and you should be connected to eduroam.