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Windows 7 Wireless Setup
IMPORTANT: The first time you connected to the UWSP Wireless network, Windows 7 may have been set to cache your password. When you change your UWSP password Windows 7 will attempt to connect using the old cached password, which may result in your account becoming locked. To work around this, after you have changed your password follow these
Setting up WPA (802.1x authentication) for Windows 7
Click on the wireless icon on the bottom right corner of your screen. Select
Open Network and Sharing Center
In the Network and Sharing Center, select
Setup a new connection or network
Manually connect to a new network
Enter the information for the UWSP wireless network as shown below and click
(this must be in all capitals) Note: eduroam participating institution accounts will enter "eduroam" for the Network Name.
Change connection settings box
Click on the
on the top of the window
Change the Choose a network authentication method to be
Microsoft: Protected EAP (PEAP)
NOTE: You can choose to either remember your credentials or not. If you have questions regarding this please contact the Help Desk
Validate server certificate
box and click
Automatically use my Windows logon name and password (and domain if any)
box, and click
On the 802.1X settings tab check the
Specify authentication mode
and set the mode to
You should see a bubble like below popup if you are in range of the UWSPWIRELESS network. Click the bubble.
Type your UWSP username and your UWSP password,
Note: If you are an eduroam participating institution, connect using your home instituition credentials.
You should now be connected to the UWSPWIRELESS network.
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