Posted on: 18 March, 2018 - 08:53
Step 1: Make sure you have turned on your wireless switch.
Step 2: On your desktop, click on "Start", search for "Control Panel", then click on it.
Step 3: In the Control Panel, select "Network and Internet".
Step 4: Under Network and Internet, select "Network and Sharing Center".
Step 5: Next, click on "Set up a new connection or network".
Step 6: Next, click on "Manually connect to a wireless network".
Step 7: Fill out the information about the new network to be created as shown below and click on "Next". Make sure that “Start this connection automatically” is checked.
Step 8: After adding the new network, click on "Change connection settings".
Step 9: In the “AUS_Staff Wireless Network Properties” window, click on the "Connection" tab and check all the boxes as shown below.
Step 10: Next, under the "Security" tab make sure that the “Network Authentication Method” is chosen as “Microsoft: Protected EAP (PEAP)” and click on the "Settings" button.
Step 11: In the next window, check “Verify the servers identity by validating the certificate”. Under “Trusted Root Certification Authorities” check “AddTrust External CA Root”. Lastly, check “Enable Fast Reconnect”.
Step 12: Under “Select Authentication Method” click on "Configure". This will take you to a window called “EAP MSCHAPv2 Properties”. Ensure that nothing is selected and click OK twice.
Step 13: Back at the “AUS_Staff Wireless Network Properties”, click on the "Advanced Settings" button on the bottom.
- Uncheck the “Specify authentication mode” option.
- Check the “Enable single sign on for this network” option.
- Check the “Perform immediately after user logon” option.
- Click OK twice.
Step 14: When Windows detects the Wireless network, a balloon pops up (near the clock on the task bar). Clicking on this opens a window that prompts for a Username and Password. Enter your AUS Username and Password and click OK.
Step 15: If another window pops up, click on "Connect". You are now connected to AUS_Staff.