Manually Configure Windows 10 to Connect to urwin


Windows 10 should be able to automatically configure and connect to the urwin network. Occasionally, however, this can fail and Windows is unable to join the wireless network. If this happens, follow the steps below to manually configure Windows to connect to urwin

If you are trying to join urwin for the first time, please follow the automatic connection instructions first before proceeding with the manual configuration. 

Details / Instructions

  1. Right-click on the wireless icon and choose Open Network and Sharing Center
  2. Choose Set up a new connection or network
  3. Select Manually Connect to a wireless network and click Next
  4. Type in urwin for the wireless network name and choose WPA2-Enterprise as the Encryption type. Click Next.
  5. With urwin successfully added, press the Change connection settings button.
  6. Click on the Security tab and choose Settings. 
  7. Uncheck Verify the server's identity by validating the certificate. Click on Configure...
  8. Uncheck the Automatically use my Windows logon name and password (and domain if any) option. Press Ok and then press Ok again to return to the previous Security tab. 
  9. At the Security tab for urwin Wireless Network Properties, click Advanced Settings
  10. Check the Specify authentication mode and choose User or computer authentication from the drop down menu and press Ok twice to return to the "Successfully added urwin" page. Click on the Close to complete the urwin configuration. 
  11. Click on your wireless network icon and choose urwin and press Connect

  12. Enter your Network credentials as required (NetID and network password) and press OK to complete the sign in. 
  13. If you see a prompt similar to the one below, press Connect to continue connecting to urwin. 
  14. You should now be connected to the urwin wireless network. 

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Thu 10/3/19 12:45 PM
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