Win7

1. Click on Start, go to Control Panel

2. Click on the icon Network and Internet
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3. Select Network and Sharing Center
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4. Select Manage wireless networks
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5. Click Add
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6. Select Manually create a network profile
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7. Configure settings to the following:

  • Network Name: FSUSecure
  • Secure type: WPA-2 Enterprise
  • Encryption type: AES
  • Make sure Start this connection automatically is checked
  • When completed click Next

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8. Click Change connection settings to open the FSUSecure Wireless Network Properties
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9. Under the Connection tab(make sure Connect automatically when the network is in range is checked). Next click the Security tab.
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10. Confirm Security type: WPA2-Enterprise and Encryption type: AES. Next, click the button Settings
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11. Check Validate server certificate

  • Check Connect to these servers:, insert in the text box fsu-wireless-auth-ecc.its.fsu.edu
  • Under Trusted Root Certification Authorities, Check the following
    • AddTrust External CA Root
    • COMODO ECC Certification Authority (if available)
    • COMODO ECC Organization Validation Secure Server CA (if available)
  • Under Select Authentication Method, check Secured password (EAP-MSCHAP v2)
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12. Click Configure button

13. Uncheck the box that says, Automatically use my Windows logon name and password (and domain if any)
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14. Click OK, then OK to return to the FSUSecure Wireless Properties

15. Click on Advanced Settings
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16. Check the box next to Specify authentication mode, select User authentication, click Save Credentials.
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17. In the User name field -if you're a student- enter your official FSU Email address (FSUID@my.fsu.edu) or as a member of the Faculty/Staff, enter your FSUID. Next insert your password and Password fields.

18. Click OK

19. You may receive the following warning. Click Accept or Connect

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Setup is now complete.
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