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Windows 7 Student Wireless

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This will walk you through setting up your Windows 7 computer for the IWU-Student wireless network.

Step 1

  1. Within the Start menu, open Control Panel and choose Network and Internet.
  2. Click Network and Sharing Center.
  3. In the left side navigation pane, click Manage wireless networks and choose Add.

Step 2

  1. Click Manually create a network profile.
  2. Enter "IWU-Student" for the Network name, choose WPA2-Enterprise for the Security type, and click Next.
  3. Click Change connection settings.
  4. Choose the Security tab and click the Settings button.
  5. Uncheck "Validate server certificate".  Click the Configure button.
  6. Uncheck "Automatically use my Windows logon name and password", and then click OK twice
  7. Click the Advanced Settings button.
  8. Check "Specify Authentication Mode".  In the drop-down box below it, choose User Authentication.
  9. Click the Save credentials button and enter your IWU username and password.
  10. Click OK three times.  Click Close.  Exit out of the Control Panel.  You should now be connected to IWU-Student.
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