- Click Start and select Control Panel > Network and Internet > Manage Wireless Networks.
- If you see 'eduroam' listed, right-click it and select Properties. Now go to step 8.
- If 'eduroam' is not listed, click Add and then Manually create a network profile.
- Enter eduroam as the network name.
- Choose WPA2 Enterprise as the security type.
- Choose AES as the Encryption type and click Next.
- On the next screen, click Change connection settings.
- Click the Security tab and then click Settings.
- Check that UTN USERFirst-Hardware is ticked in the Trusted Root Certification Authorities box.
- Next click Configure and untick Automatically... if any.
- Click OK on the next three windows.
- Now click Connect to...
- Enter your username in the following format:
Staff; firstname.lastname@example.org (eg email@example.com)
Students; firstname.lastname@example.org (eg email@example.com)
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.