Connecting to the eduroam wireless network using Windows 10

  1. Using the taskbar search field, search for Network and Sharing Center.Searching for Network and Sharing Center on the taskbar search field.
  2. When the Network and Sharing Center option appears, click on it.Network and Sharing Center appearing on the search result.
  3. Click on Set up a new connection or network link.Set up a new connection or network link.
  4. Select Manually connect to a wireless network option, and click Next.Manually connect to a wireless network option.
  5. Configure as follows:
    Configured settings for manually connect to a wireless network.
    1. Network name: eduroam
    2. Security type: WPA2-Enterprise
    3. Encryption type: AES
    4. Check Start this connection automatically.
    5. Click Next.
  6. Select Change connection settings.
    Change connection settings option.
  7. Go to the Security tab, and click Settings (right of Microsoft: Protected EAP (PEAP) dropdown).
    Security tab and Settings button.
  8. Under Trusted Root Certification Authorities, select GlobalSign Root CA and then click Configure... (right of Secure password (EAP-MSCHAP v2) dropdown).GlobalSign Root CA selected, and Configure... button.
  9. Ensure "Automatically use my Windows login name and password (and domain if any)" is unchecked, and click OK.
    EAP MSCHAPv2 Properties window with checkbox unchecked.
  10. Close Protected EAP Properties and eduroam Wireless Network Properties boxes by clicking OK twice.
  11. Close Manually connect to a wireless network window.
  12. Exit Network and Sharing Center window.
  13. When logging in to eduroam, you will be prompted to enter your and your WatIAM password.

Note: Add after entering your userid.