uOttawa-WPA wireless setup for Windows

Access uOttawa-WPA wireless with Windows Vista
  1. From the Start Menu, choose Control Panel and then Network and Sharing Center.
    Access uOttawa-WPA wireless with Windows Vista - step 1

  2. In the left-hand menu, choose Manage Wireless Network and click on Add.
    Access uOttawa-WPA wireless with Windows Vista - step 2

  3. Choose Manually create a network profile and enter the details in Step 4.
    Access uOttawa-WPA wireless with Windows Vista - step 3

  4. Choose Manually create a network profile and enter the details in Step 4.
    Access uOttawa-WPA wireless with Windows Vista - step 4
    • Network name: uOttawa-WPA (case sensitive)
    • Security type: WPA2-Enterprise Encryption
    • Type: AES
    • Click on the Next button
  5. Choose Change connection settings in the next window.
    Access uOttawa-WPA wireless with Windows Vista - step 5
  6. Click on the Security tab
    Access uOttawa-WPA wireless with Windows Vista - step 6

  7. Set the EAP settings
    Access uOttawa-WPA wireless with Windows Vista - step 7

    • Change Network Authentication Method to Protected EAP (PEAP)
    • Place a check mark beside Cache user information for subsequent connections to this network
    • Click on the Setting button.
    • Place a check mark beside Validate server certificate.
    • Place a check mark beside Connect to these servers and type mobile.uottawa.ca
    • In the Trusted Root Certification Authorities list, scroll down and place a check mark beside Thawte Premium Server CA.
    • From the Authentication Method drop down menu, select Secured Password (EAP – MSCHAP v2)
    • Click on the Configure button
  8. In the next window, uncheck Automatically use my Windows logon...
    Click on OK three times then on Close.
    Access uOttawa-WPA wireless with Windows Vista - step 8

Getting Connected

  1. Click on the Start Menu and select Connect To.
  2. Select uOttawa-WPA and click Connect.
  3. Click on Enter/select additional log on information.
  4. Enter the User name and Password for your uoAccess account and click OK. Do not enter anything in the Logon domain field.
 UsernamePassword
StudentsAccess wireless using eduroam configuration procedures
Employees

uOttawa email address (jdoe123@uOttawa.ca)

Microsoft Exchange Email password

  1. In the Validate Server Certificate window, click on OK.5. Click on Enter/select additional logon information again.
  2. Place a checkmark next to Save this network and Start this connection automatically and click Close.

You are now connected to the wireless network.

Access uOttawa-WPA wireless with Windows 7
  1. Click on the wireless icon on the Windows toolbar.
    Access uOttawa-WPA wireless with Windows 7 - step 1
  2. Select uOttawa-WPA from the list of networks, check Connect automatically and click on Connect.
    Access uOttawa-WPA wireless with Windows 7 - step 2

  3. In the Windows Security Alert window, click on Connect.
    Access uOttawa-WPA wireless with Windows 7 - step 3

  4. In the Windows Security window, enter the User name and Password for your uoAccess account and click OK.
    Access uOttawa-WPA wireless with Windows 7 - step 4

 UsernamePassword
StudentsAccess wireless using eduroam configuration procedures
Employees

uOttawa email address (jdoe123@uOttawa.ca)

Microsoft Exchange Email password

  1. At the Windows Security Alert window, click on Connect.
    Windows 7 alternative configuration for WPA - step 1
  2. In the left hand menu choose Manage Wireless Network and click Add
    Windows 7 alternative configuration for WPA - step 2
  3. Choose Manually Create a Network Profile and enter the following options: 
    Windows 7 alternative configuration for WPA - step 3

    • Network Name: uOttawa-WPA (this is case sensitive)
    • Security Type: WPA2 – Enterprise
    • Encryption Type: AES
    • Click Next
      Windows 7 alternative configuration for WPA - step 3d

    1. Choose Change Connection Settings on the next window.
      Windows 7 alternative configuration for WPA - step 4
    2. Click on the Security Tab
      • Change Network Authentication Method to : Microsoft: Protected EAP (PEAP)
      • Place a checkmark beside Remember my credentials for the connection each time I’m logged on
      • Click on Settings
        Windows 7 alternative configuration for WPA - step 5c

      • Place a checkmark beside Validate server certificate
      • Place a checkmark beside Connect to these Servers and type in mobile.uottawa.ca
      • In the Trusted Root Certification Authorities list, scroll down and place a checkmark beside Thawte Premium Server CA and thawte Primary Root CA
      • Change Authentication Method to Secured Password (EAP – MSCHAP v2)
      • Click Configure button
        Windows 7 alternative configuration for WPA - step 5h

      • Uncheck "Automatically use my Windows logon…"
        Windows 7 alternative configuration for WPA - step 5i

      • Click OK twice
      • You will be back to the Security tab on the Wireless Network Properties window
      • Click on Advanced Settings
        Windows 7 alternative configuration for WPA - step 5L

      • Place a check mark next to Specify authentication mode
      • Select in the drop down menu User authentication
      • Click on the button Save credentials
        Windows 7 alternative configuration for WPA - step 5o

      1. When prompted, enter the User name and Password for your account and click OK (refer to the table below for login information). You are now connected to the wireless network.
      Windows 7 alternative configuration for WPA - step 6

       UsernamePassword
      StudentsAccess wireless using eduroam configuration procedures
      Employees

      uOttawa email address (jdoe123@uOttawa.ca)

      Microsoft Exchange Email password

      Access uOttawa-WPA wireless with Windows 8
      1. Click on the wireless icon on the Windows toolbar.
        Access uOttawa-WPA wireless with Windows 8 - step 1

      2. Select uOttawa-WPA from the list of networks, check Connect automatically and click on Connect.
        Access uOttawa-WPA wireless with Windows 8 - step 4

      3. In the Windows Security (Networks) window, enter the User name and Password for your uoAccess account and click OK.
        Access uOttawa-WPA wireless with Windows 8, alternative configuration - step 3
       UsernamePassword
      StudentsAccess wireless using eduroam configuration procedures
      Employees

      uOttawa email address (jdoe123@uOttawa.ca)

      Microsoft Exchange Email password

      1. In the Continue connecting window, click on Connect.

        Accéder au réseau sans fil uOttawa-WPA avec Windows 8 - étape 2You are now connected to the wireless network.

      If the connection fails, consult the following alternative configuration:

        1. From the Start screen, click on the Desktop tile.
          Access uOttawa-WPA wireless with Windows 8, alternative configuration - step 1

        2. From the desktop, bring your mouse to the bottom or top of your screen to make the menu appear and click on Settings. From the Settings menu, click on Control Panel.
          Access uOttawa-WPA wireless with Windows 8, alternative configuration - step 2

        3. From the Control Panel menu, click on Network and Sharing Center.Access uOttawa-WPA wireless with Windows 8, alternative configuration - step 5

        4. In the following window, click on Set up a new connection or network.
          Accéder au réseau sans fil uOttawa-WPA avec Windows 8 - étape 3

        5. In the next window, select Manually connect to a wireless network and click Next.
          Accéder au réseau sans fil uOttawa-WPA avec Windows 8 - étape 4

        6. Enter wireless network information.
          Access uOttawa-WPA wireless with Windows 8, alternative configuration - step 6

          • Network name: uOttawa-WPA
          • Security type: WPA2-Enterprise
          • Encryption type: AES

          Leave the other fields as they are and click on Next.

        7. In the following window, click on Change connection settings.
          Access uOttawa-WPA wireless with Windows 8, alternative configuration - step 7

        8. In the following window, select the Security tab and click on Settings.
          Access uOttawa-WPA wireless with Windows 8, alternative configuration - step 8

          In the Protected EAP Properties window, place a check mark next to Connect to these servers and enter mobile.uottawa.ca. In the Trusted Root Certification Authorities list, place a check mark next to both Thawte Premium Server CA certificates.

        9. Click on the Configure button. In the EAP MSCHAPv2 window, uncheck Automatically use my Windows logon... and click OK.
          Access uOttawa-WPA wireless with Windows 8, alternative configuration - step 9

          Once you return to the Protected EAP Properties screen, click OK.
        10. In the following window, click on Advanced settings. From Advanced settings, place a check mark next to Specify authentication mode, select User authentication from the drop down menu, and click on Save credentials.
          Access uOttawa-WPA wireless with Windows 8, alternative configuration - step 10
        11. When prompted, enter the User name and Password for your account and click OK (refer to the table below for login information). You are now connected to the wireless network.
          Access uOttawa-WPA wireless with Windows 8, alternative configuration - step 11

      Access uOttawa-WPA wireless

      1. Right-click on the Wireless Network Connection icon in the Windows System tray (bottom right corner) and choose View Available Wireless Connections. If uOttawa-WPA is either Manual or Automatic, double-click on it. If the status is Connected, then you are already connected.
        The status will change to Validating Identity.
      2. The following pop-up will appear in the System tray: 
        Double-click on the Wireless Network Connection icon.
      3. In the Enter Credentials window, enter the following information:
       UsernamePassword
      StudentsAccess wireless using eduroam configuration procedures
      Employees

      uOttawa email address (jdoe123@uOttawa.ca)

      Microsoft Exchange Email password

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