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Connect to eduroam (Windows 10)

Connect to the eduroam secure wireless network with Windows 10.

This article applies to: Wi-Fi


  1. Click the network icon in the system tray to view the list of available wired and wireless networks.

    Windows 10 system tray with network (Wi-Fi) icon circled
     
  2. Click eduroam to expand the listing, then click Connect. If you would like your computer to connect automatically to eduroam as its Wi-Fi network, make sure the Connect automatically checkbox is selected.

    Windows 10 network panel showing networks, including eduroam
     
  3. In the Sign in window, type your full username into the first text field. (Your full username is your NetID plus “cornell.edu”.) In the next field, enter the password associated with your account. Then click OK.

    Windows 10 network sign in window showing full email address used for signin
  4. A security notification asks you to confirm you were expecting to find eduroam in your location. Confirm by clicking Connect.

    Windows 10 network connection notification, Continue connecting? If you expect to find eduroam in this location, go ahead and connect. Otherwise it may be a different network with the same name.
     
  5. You are now securely connected to eduroam.

    Windows 10 network connection message, Connected, secured

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