Below are instructions for configuring wireless settings for the lehigh network on machines running Windows 7, Windows 8 and Windows 10. The screenshots below are from a Windows 7 computer. The steps for setting up wireless are the same for all versions, but menus and settings will look slightly different on Windows 8/10 computers. In order to successfully complete configuration you need to be in a location that provides access to the network(s) you are trying to connect to. The first 5 steps cover the simplest and most common method to the connect to Lehigh wireless. The steps after 5 cover an alternate method for connecting in the event that the common method does not work If you run into problems, check out the wireless FAQ which answers the vast majority of typical issues in a very user-friendly interface. If after reviewing the FAQ you continue to have problems contact the help desk in person in the EWFM library or by phone at 610.758.HELP(4357). Please note: Some computers have physical toggle switches to turn the wireless radio on or off. Your wireless radio must be turned on in order to complete any of the steps below.
First, check for any existing profiles for the lehigh wireless network. Any existing lehigh profiles will need to be removed. For instructions on removing old/existing profiles, please see the Removing Old/Existing Profiles or Credentials section below.
If there are no existing lehigh profiles, click Add.
When the Advanced settings window appears, make sure you are on the 802.1X settings tab (this should be the default). Make sure Specify authentication mode is checked. Once checked, this will activate the drop down menu from which you should select User Authentication. It is imperative that you select User Authentication and not any of the other variations within the drop down menu. Then, click OK to close the Advanced settings window. Click OK to close the lehigh Wireless Network Properties window.