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eduroam - Connecting on Windows 10

This document details the steps to connect a Windows 10 computer to the "eduroam" authenticated wireless network.

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Connecting to eduroam

1. Select the wireless  icon found in the lower right corner of the screen.

Screenshot of Task Bar in Bottom Right of Screen 

2. You will see the available networks listedStudents, faculty, and staff should use the "eduroam" network. Anyone without an ".edu" account should use the UWGB Guest wireless network. If your home institution is eduroam-enabled, you may use the more secure eduroam network as well.

3. Select "eduroam."

Screenshot of Network Settings Tray with eduroam Highlighted 

3. Select "Connect."

Screenshot of Network Settings with eduroam Selected 

4. You will be prompted for your UWGB username and password. (Scholars using eduroam can use their home account information.)

***NOTE: Be certain to use the full email address as shown below.***

Screenshot of Network Settings with Forms Filled Out

5. Select "Connect" at the Windows Security Alert.

Screenshot of Network Settings with Connect Button Highlighted

6. You will now be connected to the eduroam network.




Keywords:eduroam, wifi, wi-fi, network, internet, win, win10   Doc ID:66124
Owner:Kris C.Group:UW Green Bay
Created:2016-08-16 09:19 CSTUpdated:2022-10-18 14:05 CST
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