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Wireless Printer

Some otherwise useful technologies don't function well in Cornell's residence halls, academic buildings, and administrative offices. With many people in close proximity, these devices tend to interfere with one another. We ask that you do not use your printer in wireless mode....Read more

User Experience

When I try to connect to eduroam, my password is not accepted and the connection fails. I know I'm typing my password correctly.

How to Solve this Problem When you connect to eduroam, you must enter your NetID followed by @cornell.edu . If you enter just your NetID, the...Read more
Because many different versions of Android are in use, the illustrations that follow are intended to provide a generic guide how to configure your Wi-Fi settings. Your own device's exact appearance may differ. On your Android device, go to Settings , then tap...Read more
Select eduroam from the Airport menu bar item.


When prompted, enter: Username: Your NetID@cornell.edu, for example pqs665@cornell.edu. Password: Your NetID password. Click Join .


When prompted to examine the server's...Read more

You can share the Google Docs associated with your G Suite for Students (formerly Cmail) account or your Cornell G Suite (faculty/staff) account in a number of ways. Each document can be shared with

No one Only the people you specify (through their G Suite account) Anyone who has the link...Read more
Check the Service Alerts for information on system-wide issues, for example, if everyone on your floor is having connection issues.

Most of the time difficulty connecting to eduroam is caused by either:

Old Wi-Fi profiles...Read more

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