Windows 10 Wireless config

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Remove the Wi-Fi on Windows 10

1.

Click on the wireless network icon and click Network settings.

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2. Click on Manage Wi-Fi Settings. Scroll down to see the saved network. Left click on a network and click Forget to remove it.
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Set up the Wi-Fi on Windows 10

You may use Windows 8 setup if these steps do not work

1.

Click on the wireless network icon and click Network settings.

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2. Click on Network and Sharing Center
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3. Click on Set up a new network or connection
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4. Manually connect to a wireless network and then click next
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5. Enter the unformation as follows.
  1. If you're on the main part of campus
    1. Network Name: rootown or Roo-Secure
    2. Security Type: wpa2 enterprise
    3. Encryption Type: AES
  1. If you're in the dorms:
    1. Network Name: UARH
    2. Security Type: wpa2 enterprise
    3. Encryption Type: AES

Click next and choose Change connection settings.

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6. Click on the Security tab and then click on settings about halfway down the screen.
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7. Uncheck validate server certificate and then click configure near the bottom of the screen. Uncheck the only checkbox in the window that comes up
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8. Click Ok twice. Then click the advanced settings button at the bottom
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9. Check the box that says Specify authentication mode and select User authentication from the drop-down menu. Click Save credentials.
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10. Enter your UANet ID and password.
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11. At this point, click OK until you have closed out of all the windows. Open the network list in your task bar and choose Rootown. Log in with your UANet ID and Password
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