eduroam-Wireless-Internet-Access-Windows-8-Edition-rev-02

eduroam-Wireless-Internet-Access-Windows-8-Edition-rev-02
Technical Sheet: eduroam Wireless Internet Access ((Windows 8™ Edition) rev 02 20/04/2015
Regulations
Before connecting to the network, you must familiarise yourself with the
regulations for computing use at the University of Greenwich. You are
reminded that when using the computing facilities you are bound by the
Regulations for the Use of Computing Facilities at your home institution.
The full set of regulations can be viewed at:
http://www.gre.ac.uk/offices/ILS/ict/policies The Janet Acceptable Use
Policy at: https://community.ja.net/library/acceptable-use-policy
Initial setup
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Check that your wireless adaptor is turned on (either a switch on the side or a
key on the keyboard with a Wireless symbol - usually a light indicates when it
is on)
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From the new login interface Select the ‘Desktop tile’
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Open Connect to a Network by clicking the Network
Connection button in the bottom right-hand corner of your screen. A list of
networks currently available is displayed.
If eduroam is present then click on it, else proceed to the next section:
Manual setup
Enter your university computer account details i.e. [email protected]
followed by your computer account password
If you click the Network icon again, the following
should appear, else proceed to the next section:
Manual setup
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Manual setup
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In the Network Connection window click on
Open Network and Sharing Center
Click on Manage Wireless Networks
Select Add from the menu bar, then
Manually create a network profile
Manual setup (continued)
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Enter the network name eduroam
Select Security type WPA2-Enterprise
Select Encryption type AES
Click on Next
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Select Change connection settings
In the ‘eduroam Wireless Network Properties’
window click on the Security tab
Select Security type WPA2-Enterprise
Select Encryption type AES
Select Microsoft: Protected EAP (PEAP)
Click on Settings
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Un-tick the box Validate server certificate
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Whilst still on the ‘Protected EAP Properties’ page,
Click the Configure button next to the drop down box:
Secured password (EAP-MSCHAP v2)
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Un-tick the box marked Automatically use my
Windows logon name and password
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Return to the Tiled Desktop
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Use Win+C and Settings to find the wireless settings
icon. Click on the icon and you should see eduroam
listed as a wireless network.
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On the Network eduroam and click on Connect
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After a short period of time your computer should tell
you Checking network requirements and then
display a dialogue box prompting for your credentials
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Enter your university computer account details i.e.
[email protected] followed by your computer account password.
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