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How to connect to the midd_secure wireless network.
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==Windows XP==
 
 
 
Please visit: [http://www.middlebury.edu/academics/lis/help/helpdesk/documentation/network/wireless/rd_midd_secure_xp.htm Configuring midd_secure in Windows XP]
 
 
 
''Although possible, configuring midd_secure to work on an Windows XP machine using a wifi manager other that the Windows XP wifi utility is usually difficult pain. For this reason alone, I recommend that any third party wifi utility be disabled.''
 
 
 
==Mac OS X - Tiger==
 
 
 
*Click on the airprot icon.
 
*Select midd_secure.
 
*Enter username and password.
 
*Do not check the "Remember my password in my keychain" box.
 
*Hit OK.
 
 
 
==="Fixing" WPA error===
 
*Go to network connect
 
:You can do this by clicking on the airport icon on the MacOS X menu and selecting "Open Internet Connect..."
 
*Go to the the "802.1X" tab.
 
*On the configuration option, use the drop-down menu to select "Edit Configurations..."
 
*Remove all previously saved connection settings then hit "OK"
 
*Close the Internet Connect application.
 
 
 
 
 
*Go to the "Utilities" folder in the "Applications" folder
 
:While in finder you may use, apple-shift-U or go->Utilities, to navigate to the utilities folder
 
*Fire up "Keychain Access"
 
*Look for an "oncila.middlebury.edu" certificate and delete it
 
*Delete anything that says "midd_secure" or "WPA Midd_secure" on it. "Basically anything that you removed in the earlier step."
 
*Close the Keychain Access application.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
*Click on the airport icon on the menu.
 
*Select midd_secure.
 
*Enter username and password.
 
*Do not check the "Remember my password in my keychain" box.
 
*Hit OK
 
 
 
You should now be OK.
 
 
 
''Much thanx to Petar''
 
 
 
==Mac OS X - Leopard==
 
 
 
==Windows Vista==
 
 
 
Setting it up as a WPA2 Enterprise network has been fairly successful but I have no idea in what version of Vista this works/does not work. You should be able to do so by setting up a network manually and editing the settings of that manually set up network.
 
 
 
Will follow with a how-to as soon as I have a vista machine to work on...or someone do the wiki thing...
 
 
 
==Ubuntu 8.04==
 

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