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Manual Configuration of ASU Wireless on Windows 10

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Note: This article is intended for users who are seeking to manually configure their ASU wireless connection on Windows 10 and is not our recommended primary method. Before attempting to manually configure, please try to connect using our primary method: How Do I Setup ASU Wireless on Windows 10?

Manual Configuration Steps:

1. First, open the Network and Sharing Center by right clicking clicking on your Wireless Network icon in the bottom right corner of the screen (Windows taskbar) and click on the Open Network and Sharing Center option. 

2. This will open the Network and Sharing Center in Control Panel. In the window that comes up, choose Setup a new connection or network.  


3. Choose Manually connect to a wireless network and click Next.


4. Name the new connection asu.

5. Choose WPA2-Enterprise as the Security Type and AES as the Encryption type. Verify that the Start this connection automatically is checked, then click Next.


6. Click Change connection settings.


7. On the Wireless Network properties page choose the Security tab.


8. Verify that Security type is still WPA2-Enterprise, Encryption Type is AES, and Choose the network authentication method Microsoft: Protected EAP (PEAP) as shown below. 

9. Then click Settings. Do not select Advanced settings.


10. Be sure that you have checked Validate server certificate and that you select the check boxes for the following certificates under Trusted Root Certification Authorities:

  • AddTrust External CA Root
  • Class 3 Public Primary Certification Authority
  • DigiCert High Assurance EV Root CA
  • DST Root CA X3
  • Certification Authority
  • Secure Server Certification Authority
  • Equifax Secure Certificate Authority
  • Equifax Secure Global eBusiness CA-1
  • GlobalSign Root CA
  • Go Daddy Class 2 Certification Authority
  • GTE CyberTrust Global Root
  • Thawte Premium Server CA
  • thawte Primary Root CA
  • Thawte Timestamping CA
  • Verisign Class 3 Public Primary Certification Authority
  • Verisign Trust Network

11. Then click Configure next to the menu that says Secured password (EAP-MSCHAP v2).


12. In this window be sure that the box is unchecked and click OK.  You will be returned to the previous screen.  Click OK again. 


13. This will bring you back to the window shown below. Click Advanced settings.


14. Make sure the checkbox next to Specify authentication mode is checked.  Choose User authentication from the drop down menu below, then click Save credentials


15. The following window will open up.


17. Enter your ASURITE ID in the first field and your Password in the second field and click OK

18. You are now connected to the encrypted asu wireless network!

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