1. Wireless Network Configuration for Windows 7

Wireless Network Configuration for Windows 7
1. Go to the Network and Sharing Center. The quickest way to do this is to right click the network icon from the
system tray and select
Open Network and Sharing Center
2. Click on
Open Network and Sharing Center
3. Click on
Manage Wireless Networks
4. Click on Add
5. Select
Manually create a network profile
6. Enter the Network name:
WC-SSDZGold
7.
Select the Security type:
WPA2-Enterprise
8.
Click
Next
9. At this point you will have successfully added WC-SSDZGold but
you will need to continue by selecting the
Change connection
settings

10. Click on the
Security
tab in the resulting window.
11. From the dropdown under Choose a network authentication
method, select:
Microsoft: Protected EAP (PEAP)
12. Uncheck the
Remember my credentials for this connection
each time I’m logged on
. Remembering credentials isn’t advised on
a shared device.
13. Click
Settings
.
14. Uncheck
Verify the server’s identity by validating the
certificate
leaving the box empty.
15. Further down on the same dialog box, choose the Select
Authentication Method:
Secured Password (EAP-MSCHAP v2)
16. Click
Configure
17. Uncheck the box beside:
Automatically use my Windows logon name
and password
18. Click
OK, OK
19. Click
on Advanced Settings

20. Select the
802.1X settings
tab
21. Place a check mark beside
Specify Authentication
Mode
and then select
User Authentication
from the drop
down box. There is an option to save the username and
password if you specify it under
Save Credentials
which
isn’t advised on a shared device.
21. Click
OK. OK, Close
22. Set up is complete. A pop up will display near the system tray at the bottom of your screen.
Additional
information is needed to connect WC-SSDZGold
. Click to provide additional in-
formation
23. You will be asked to provide your
User name and Password
. Use your Wolf
Creek user name (firstname.lastname) and your Wolf Creek password.
25.
Done!
Set up is complete and you are logged into the Wolf Creek SSDZ Wi-Fi and connected to the internet.

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