- Staff or student user at the university.
- Eduroam password is set. (Links below)
- Automatic configuration does not work.
The instruction below is for a windows 7 computer. If you have a windows 10 computer it may look a little bit different.
- Go to Control Panel
- Go into the Network and Sharing Center
- Go to Manage Wireless Networks
- Click on eduroam
- Select Delete
- Select Add and select Manually create a network profile.
- Enter the following information:
Network name: eduroam
Security type: WPA2-Enterprise
Encryption Type: AES
Security key (left blank)
Tick the Start this connection automatically
Click Next and then Close
- Eduroam should now be in the list. Right click on eduroam and select Properties.
- Click the Security tab
- Under Choose a network authentication method, select PEAP. Tick the box with Remember my credentials
- Click Settings.
- Uncheck Validate server certificate
- In the list check:
AddTrust External CA Root
DigiCert Assured ID Root CA
DigiCert Global Root CA
DigiCert High Assurance EV Root CA
- Click Configure and ensure that Automatically use my Windows logon name and password is NOT selected. Click OK on all the windows you opened.
- Click the network icon on the bottom right (near the clock and volume icons) and select eduroam.
- You may now fill in your details, email@example.com and your eduroam password
There is a known problem to connect to eduroam with Windows 7 and 10 Home edition.