Verifying advanced Wi-Fi settings on Windows 10.

Right click on the network icon in the taskbar (), select Open Network and Sharing Center:

 

In the Network and Sharing Center dialog, left click the active wireless connection to verify settings:

 

Click on Wireless Properties:

 

Verify settings in the Connection tab:

 

Verify settings in the Security tab, click Settings to bring up authentication settings:

Verify authentication settings, click Configureā€¦ to configure authentication method:

 

Verify EAP MSCHAPv2 setting, click OK:

 

In the Protected EAP Properties dialog, click OK to return to Wireless Network Properties dialog, then click Advanced Settings:

 

In the 802.1X settings tab, select User authentication and click Save credentials:

 

In the resulting Security dialog, enter your UWINID credentials, i.e. your UWINID email address (your_UWINID@uwindsor.ca) and the corresponding UWINID password:

 

Check that the 802.11 settings tab matches the following:

 

Click OK to dismiss dialogs until you return to the Wi-Fi status dialog, click Properties:

In the Wi-Fi Properties dialog, select Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4) and click Properties:

 

Verify that both the IP address and the DNS server addresses are set to be obtained automatically:

Click the advanced button and verify that all lists are empty.

Click OK or Close to dismiss all dialogs as appropriate.

 

 

 

 

 

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Article ID: 16393
Created
Mon 9/12/16 1:54 PM
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