Use this procedure for campus owned machines. This assumes that 'Titan WiFi' profile is saved under the wireless settings in Windows already. If not a profile will need to be added.
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Turn the wireless off on the laptop, it is typically signified as on by a blue light.
Go to 'Control Panel' -> 'Network and Sharing Center' -> 'Manage Wireless Networks' (look at the left side of the window).
Check if 'Titan WiFi' is in the list. If it is, right click on it and delete. Then click 'Add' -> 'Manually create a network profile'. Under network name put 'Titan WiFi', Security Type 'WPA2-Enterprise', encryption type 'AES' and check the 'Start this connection automatically'. Click 'Next' and 'Close'.
Right click on 'Titan WiFi' and then the 'Security' tab. Now go to 'Advanced Settings'. Check 'Specify authentication mode:'. Make sure that 'Computer authentication' is selected. Click 'OK'. Click 'OK' again.
Turn the laptop wireless back on. Make sure that the laptop has selected 'Titan WiFi' for the wireless.
If there is a pop-up that ask to trust the certificate with a 'Connect' or 'Terminate' option, select 'Connect'.
If there are still problems connecting after doing all the above steps, connect to 'Titan WiFi Guest', with the laptop, open a browser, have the captive portal login pop up. Then without signing in, connect back to 'Titan WiFi'.