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To Forget a Wireless Network (Windows10): 1. In the bottom right corner of your screen, select the Networking tab.
Article Id: 17880
Category: How To's

To Forget a Wireless Network on (Windows 7): 1. Click on Start Button.
Article Id: 17525
Category: How To's

To Forget a Wireless Network (Windows 8 / 8.1): 1. Access Settings using Charms Bar ( Windows + C...
Article Id: 17524
Category: How To's

Known Issue Mac computers will occasionally experience difficulties connecting to wireless networks using 802.1X security. Here are four possible solutions for resolving problems connecting a Mac computer to the eduroam wireless network. Important Note: If the first solution does not correct...
Article Id: 14886
Category: Troubleshoot Wireless Connectivity

Most Common Problems 1. Computer Date & Time : If your computer has the wrong date and time it won't be able to connect to eduroam. 2. Password Change : Make sure your password change has taken effect by logging to a lab computer.
Article Id: 5415
Category: Troubleshoot Wireless Connectivity

Wireless: Remove Cached Credentials (Windows 7) 1. Open the control panel by searching it in the Cortana search box.
Article Id: 18156
Category: Troubleshoot Wireless Connectivity

Problem: The Windows Client Cannot Connect to eduroam On certain Windows computers, the AddTrust Root CA Certificate was not included in the certificate store of the original installation media. Without this root certificate, Windows client cannot connect to eduroam because it could not...
Article Id: 16992
Category: Troubleshoot Wireless Connectivity

General Information On May 17th 2014, ITS officially RETIRED the secure wireless network " lsusecure ", making " eduroam " the ONLY secure wireless option at LSU. For many years, ITS has made eduroam available to make...
Article Id: 17388
Category: Wireless Features & Information

General Information On January 1, 2014, ITS discontinued support for the 802.11b Protocol on the LSU wireless network. Find out if any of your devices will ONLY SUPPORT 802.11b.
Article Id: 17137
Category: Wireless Features & Information

Wireless: Can a Cordless Phone Interfere With the Wireless Network Cordless phones, not cellular phones, will interfere with the wireless network if they transmit in the 2.4GHz frequency range. Some cordless phones usually display the frequency at which they transmit on the phone itself or on the base station. If you can't determine what frequency your phone works on, check...
Article Id: 5630
Category: Wireless Features & Information