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Windows XP

Important End-of-Life Notice Regarding Windows XP

Microsoft will stop support and security patching for Windows XP on April 8, 2014. The international security community believes that Windows XP computers will be heavily targeted by organized crime and hackers as soon as Microsoft ends support. We strongly recommend that you migrate to a supported Windows platform, such as Windows 7 or Windows 8, before the end of March 2014.

Below are the steps to connect to OSU_Secure with Windows XP. Please follow all directions closely for proper setup.

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Step 1Run Dialog

Click Start, then click Run. A run box will open. When it does, type "ncpa.cpl" and click OK.

Step 2Wireless Connection Properties Menu

The network connections box will open. Once it does, right-click on your Wireless Network Connection entry, and click Properties.

Step 3Wireless Networks List

A connection properties window should open. When it does, click the Wireless Networks tab at the top.

Note: You should see a list of wireless networks. If OSU_Secure is already listed, highlight it and click the Remove button to clear out all old settings.

Click the Add button.

 

Step 4Association Screen

This will open a new connection box. Type in "OSU_Secure" for the name, then select WPA2 for network authentication, and select AES for data encryption.

Click the Authentication tab at the top.

Step 5Authentication Tab

Select Protected EAP (PEAP) for the EPA Type.

Click the Properties button.

 

Step 6PEAP Properties

This will open a separate properties box. Un-check the Validate Server Certificate box, then click the Configure button at the bottom.

Step 7Auto Logon

Another box will open. Un-check the Automatically use my Windows logon name and password box, and click OK.

 

Step 8

Click OK three times to close all the open settings boxes.

You should be back to the Network Connections page. Right-click on the Wireless Network Connection entry and click View Available Wireless Networks.

Step 9Popup

Windows should automatically connect to OSU_Secure at this point. If it doesn't, just double-click on the OSU_Secure entry to connect.

Windows will begin connecting. At some point, a popup window will appear asking for credentials. Click on this popup window to open the credentials page.

Step 10Credential Page

Enter your ONID username in the user name box, your ONID password in the password box, and then type "ONID" in the Logon domain box.

Click OK, and it will connect you to OSU_Secure.

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