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Using the Configuration Assistant Tool to connect your Windows computer

  1. Click the download link for your version of Windows
  2. Once downloaded, locate the file and double click on it
  3. On the Welcome to the eduroam installer screen, click the Next button



  4.   You will be informed that this installer will only work properly if you are a member of Brandeis University, click the OK button



  5.  When prompted for your User credentials, supply your Brandeis user name followed by "@brandeis.edu" (username@brandeis.edu) and your password, click the Install button



  6.  Once the installation is complete, you will see the screen below and be connected to the eduroam network

Manually connecting your Windows computer

Windows 10

  1. Click on the Wi-Fi icon in your system tray.
  2. Select eduroam from the list of available wireless networks, make sure that the Connect automatically box is checked on and click the Connect button.



  3.  Windows will ask for user credentials.  Please enter your user name followed by "@brandeis.edu" (username@brandeis.edu) and your password, then click OK.



  4.  Windows will ask if you would like to Continue connecting, click the Connect button



  5.  At this point, you should be connected to eduroam!

     

Windows 7/8

  1. Click on the Wi-Fi icon in your system tray.
  2. Select eduroam from the list of available wireless networks, make sure that the Connect automatically box is checked on and click the Connect button.



  3. Windows will ask for user credentials.  Please enter your user name followed by "@brandeis.edu" (username@brandeis.edu) and your password, then click OK.  Once your wireless card has finished authenticating, you should be connected! 



  4. If Windows displays a Connection attempt could not be completed alert, please click the Connect button. 



    You should now be connected to the eduroam network.  If you experience any problems beyond this point, please contact the LTS Help Desk.