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Connecting to PSU WIRELESS on Windows
Posted by , Last modified by David Strong on 02 April 2017 05:50 PM

Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, and windows 10 

  1. Click on the wireless icon in bottom right of the screen, next to the time.
  2. Click on PSU Wireless and click on Connect
  3. Enter your myPlymouth username and password. If prompted for a domain, type in PLYMOUTH
  4. When prompted about credentials, click on Connect 

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Spencer Cote
01 September 2014 03:31 PM
Windows 8: If log in to PSU Wireless yields no response, try connecting to network through PSU Guest.
Spencer Cote
01 October 2014 02:56 PM
Windows XP: Deep in the Network control panel there is a setting that may me set to "smart chip", but needs to be set to "PEAP", then through properties you can uncheck a box along the lines of "Login using computer credentials". After attempting to connect to PSU Wireless again, the user should now be prompted with a login credentials box.
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