UH Secure Wireless Login Screen

This wizard will configure your device for secure network access.

•  If you are logged in to ChromeOS as a guest you will not be able to use this configuration.
•  Click each button below to download the necessary Root Certificate Authority files for this network. You do not need to open them, just download them.
Example image showing selection of the settings option in the user menu
•  In the bottom-right corner of the screen, click your username.
•  Click Settings.
Example image showing selection of the manage certificates option in the settings dialog
•  Click Show Advanced Settings....
•  Under HTTPS/SSL, Click Manage certificates.
Example image showing how to select the certificate authorities tab followed by the import button.
•  Select Authorities.
•  Click Import.
•  Locate and select one of the files downloaded above.
Example image showing that all of the trust settings should be enabled
•  When prompted for trust settings, check all of the boxes.
•  Click Ok.
•  NOTE: If a message appears saying the CA already exists, Chrome discarded the trust settings. Locate the affected certificate authority in the list, click Edit and set the trust settings as specified above.
•  Repeat the previous steps for each certificate that you downloaded above.
•  When all downloaded certificates have been imported, click Ok to return to the Settings screen.
•  On the Settings screen, click Wi-Fi Network.
•  Select the network named UHSecure.
•  Click Advanced.
Sample image showing how the wifi network settings should be set
•   Set the EAP method to PEAP.
•   Set the phase 2 method to MSCHAPv2.
•   Set the Server CA certificate setting to 'Default'.
•   Set the identity to [Your User Name].
•   Set the password to [Your Password].
•   Set the anonymous identity to <Leave Blank>.
•   Click Connect.
•   You should now be connected to the network.
If XpressConnect does not display, click here to go to the manual download page.