First Time Connecting to Titan WiFi from Windows - Campus Imaged Laptops
- Goto 'Start' --> 'Control Panel' --> 'Network and Sharing Center', in the left column click on 'Manage Wireless Networks'.
- This window contains a list of wireless networks that have been saved on this computer. In this list if there is 'WOOSH' or 'SecureWOOSH' right click on each of them and select 'Remove Network'.
- In the bottom right, click the wireless card icon, it is the series of rising bars. Select 'Titan WiFi', make sure that the 'Connect automatically' is checked, then click 'Connect'. A window will pop up asking for credentials, enter your NetID an password.
Enabling Single Sign On for Domain Laptops (Optional)
This procedure enables the compter to authenticate to the wireless controllers before the user logs into Windows. If you are uncomfortable with this, please call the ACS helpdesk to have this set up by a staff member.
- Goto 'Start' --> 'Control Panel' --> 'Network and Sharing Center', in the left column click on 'Manage Wireless Networks'. Find 'Titan WiFi', right click and go to properties.
- Under the 'Security' tab make sure the following selections are made
- Security type: WPA2-Enterprise
- Encryption type: AES
- Choose network authentication method: Microsoft: Protected EAP (PEAP)
- Under 'Settings' make sure the 'Validate server certificate' is checked.
- Click the 'Configure...' button next to the 'Secured password (EAP-MSCHAP v2), a window will pop up. Make sure the check box is checked for 'Automatically use my Windows logon name and password (and domain if any)'. Click 'OK'. Click 'OK' again.
- Click on 'Advanced settings', under the '802.1x settings' tab. Check 'Specify authentication mode:'. Make sure that 'User or computer authentication' is selected in the drop down.
- Check the 'Enable single sign on for this network', the radio button 'Perform immediately before user logon' should be selected.