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User Guide Win7: ITUG_005 September 6, 2011 Setting Up Windows 7 Wireless Connection

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Note: If you are using 3 party software such as Intel PROSet to manage and wireless configurations please refer to the instructions provided by the manufacturer. Requirements: PC with Wireless :: Employee or Student ID :: Windows 7 :: In range of a Campus access point

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1. Boot and login to the computer you want to configure 2. Press Windows Key , type Control in the Search box, and press Enter

3. Type Manage Wireless Networks in the search box (top right of window)

4. Click Manage Wireless Networks link

5. Click Add button

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6. Click Manually create a network profile

7. Enter into corresponding fields: Network Name is CasE SenSitive Students & Non-Employees use network name: Metrostate Employees use network name: Metrostate-Restricted Security type: WPA-2 Enterprise Encryption type: AES Security key: <leave blank> Uncheck box labeled Start this connection automatically Click Next button

8. Click Change Connection Setting

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9. Select Security tab Validate Choose network authentication method is set to: Microsoft: Protected EAP (PEAP) Validate Remember my credentials Is Checked 10. Click Advanced Settings button

11. Specify authentication mode Must be checked 12. Click OK

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13. Click the Settings button (to the right of Microsoft: Protected EAP button)

14. Uncheck Validate server credential; to be prompted for my username and password for wireless access 15. Click the Configure button

16. Uncheck Automatically use my Windows logon name and password 17. Click OK on each open window; exit all the way out

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18. Click the wireless icon located in the Windows system tray (1) 19. *Employees: Click Connect using Metrostate-Restricted (2) 20. **Non-Employees: Click Connect using Metrostate 21. When prompted, enter your network credentials *Metrostate-Restricted is used by Employees. **Metrostate is used by all others

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