It is recommended that you use the automated configuration script available and only use the following manual instructions if the automated script does not work for your particular system.
To manually configure a Windows 7 device to use eduroam - use the following configuration guide.
Left click the wireless icon for wireless networks located in the lower right hand corner of the page.
Then choose the“eduroam” SSID. Right click the “eduroam” SSID and choose “properties” from the dropdown option. Then right click properties.
For “Security type:” choose “
”For Encryption type: choose “AES”
Network authentication needs to be set to: Microsoft:
Protected EAP (PEAP)
After those options have been chosen click on the“Settings” box.
In the “Protected EAP Properties” window
choose the following options:
Check the box for:
“Validate server certificate”
Check the box for:
“Connect to these servers:”
Type in the following server information: “.*\.unl\.edu” for “Trusted Root Certificate Authorities”
After that make sure the “Secured password(EAP-MSCHAP v2)is the selected for the Authentication
Then click on the”Configure.....“ box.
Now make sure the “Automatically use my Windows logon name and password” is UNCHECKED.
Then click “OK”
Then click “OK“ for the “Protected EAP Properties” window.
In the “eduroam Wireless Network Properties” window click on the “Advanced settings” box.
In “Advanced settings” check the box “specify authentication mode:” and choose
“User authentication” from the pull down menu.
Then click the “ Save credentials” box.
In the “Windows Security” window type in you’re “ My UNL id and add “@unl.edu” at the end your ID. For example email@example.com.
For the password just use your “My UNL id” password.
Make sure you add the domain after your ID. “ @unl.edu “
Then click the “ OK “ on the “ eduroam Wireless Network Properties” window.
You should now be able to connect to the “eduroam” SSID.