The following instructions apply to using the Eduroam wireless service on Microsoft Vista machines. A separate page offers instructions for Connecting to EDUROAM via Microsoft Vista with the Intel Supplicant. If you find an error in the instructions, please contact email@example.com, if you have general questions or need other assistance, contact firstname.lastname@example.org
[Control Panel Home]view).
[Network and Internet], click on
[Connect to the Internet].
- The "connect to the internet" panel should appear, double click on
- On the "Select a network to connect to" screen, right click on
[Properties]. (If you do not see the
[Properties]option, go to the Alternative instructions).
- In the network name SSID enter
eduroamin lower case (SSIDs are case sensitive), select
Enterprise WPA2as the Network Authentication method and
AESas the data encryption type. Select
Protected EAP (PEAP)instead of the default network authentication method then click on the
settingsbutton by the drop down menu you used to set PEAP
- In the PEAP Properties window check the box that says
Validate Server Certificate. Enter
Connect to these serverssection. In
Trusted Root Certification AuthoritiesSelect
AddTrust External CA Root. Uncheck the box that says "Do not prompt user..." , check
Enable Fast Reconnectand on the EAP-MSCHAP secured password option, click on the
- Uncheck the box to use your windows credentials, then click
OKthrough each menu to save your changes and return to the desktop.
- Once near a eduroam access point, select the access point from the possible
connections. The first time you connect you'll be shown a server certificate
- After this your login details must be entered to achieve full network usage. Enter
your Remote Access account
username followed by @ox.ac.uk (e.g
email@example.com your Remote Access account password (as set via https://register.it.ox.ac.uk/self/remote_access).
Users must abide by the user use agreement a copy of which is available at:http://www.admin.ox.ac.uk/statutes/regulations/196-052.shtml