Windows 7 (No longer supported)

Computer Science Wireless Local Area Network (WLAN) — Windows 7

Windows 7 has been discontinued by Microsoft and we no longer support it.

Please update your Windows to version 10.

Instructions below are for historical reference purposes only.

    1. Follow the guide to add Comodo certificates
    1. Click Start and open Control Panel
    1. Select Network and Internet

Select Network and Internet

    1. Select Network and Sharing Center

Select Network and Internet

    1. From the sidebar select Manage wireless networks

Manage wireless networks

    1. Click Add

Add new

      • Select Manually create a network profile

Manually create a network profile

      • Configure settings to the following:
        • Network Name: CSWLAN
        • Security Type: WPA2-Enterprise
        • Encrption type: AES
        • Please make sure Start this connection automatically is checked

Configuration Settings

      • Click Next when done
      • Select Change connection settings

Change Connection Settings

        • NOTE: Under the Connection Tab Make sure Connect automatically when the network is in range is checked
        • Then click on the Security tab

Manually create a network profile

      • Confirm the following settings:
        • Security Type: WPA2-Enterprise
        • Encryption Type: AES
        • Network authentication method: Microsoft: Protected EAP (PEAP)
        • When done click the Settings next to the authentication method

        Security Settings

      • In Protected EAP Properties:
        • Check Validate server certificate
        • Check Connect to these servers: and fill in
        • Under Trusted Root Certification Authorities check:
          • Comodo CA Root
          • Comodo Intermediate CA Root
        • Under Select Authentication Method select Secured password(EAP-MSCHAP v2) and click Configure

        Security Settings

      • Uncheck the box that says Automatically use my Windows logon name and password (and domain if any)

Select Network and Internet

    • Click Ok on the EAP MSCHAPv2 Properties popup and then click Ok in the Protected EAP Properties box
    • You should not be back to CSWLAN Wireless Network Properties. From here click Advanced settings
    • In advanced settings:
      • Check the box that says Specify authentication mode
      • Select User authentication
      • Click Save credentials

      Save Credentials as User Authentication

    • You should not be prompted to enter your credentials
      • User name: Your CS Username
      • Password: Your CS Account’s Password
      • Click Ok when done

      Save Credentials as User Authentication

You should now be connected to CSWLAN wireless network