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Wi-Fi

Windows PC

To complete the connection, you will be required to enter your Loughborough University Username and Password.

Our video guide will help you to securely connect your device to the campus network in less than two minutes!

Video guide

Learn how to connect your Windows PC to eduroam, the university's wireless network

Connecting to eduroam

1

Settings

Open Wi-Fi Settings > Connect to setup wifi.

2

Cloudpath

A browser will be launched and will redirect to https://cloudpath.lboro.ac.uk (if not, please open the browser and visit the URL).

3

Loughborough Credentials

Type in your Loughborough username and password > click Continue.

4

AUP

Read and Accept the Acceptable Use Policy (AUP).

5

Certificates

If you have previously connected to eduroam you can review your devices and delete certificates which are not in use.

  • If you are using an existing device, select the device name from the list and click ‘continue’.
  • If this is a new device, select 'This is an additional device' fill in the Name for the device and click ‘continue’.
6

Wired Connection

Select the appropriate option (wired or not), if you are unsure > click No.

7

Downloading certificate

Click the button to download the Certificate for Windows.

8

Pop up box

On the pop-up box > click Save.

Once saved > click Run > Run Anyway.

9

Connect

The cloudpath installer will open, wait for it to configure. The installer will let you know when it is configured. Once it has completed, check your Network Settings to make sure you are connected to eduroam.

Need more help?

The following instructions below are only for when this mechanism does not work.

Download the Loughborough University Certificate Authority from the link below and follow the Certificate Authority Installation guide:

CER encoded - Windows / Windows Mobile7 / Some Windows WM 5 / 6

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1 Manage User Certificates Control Panel

Open Manage User Certificates

In the search bar type "cert" and then open 'Manage user certificates' control panel.

2 Personal Certificate issued by XpressConnect

Find Personal Certificate

Find the personal certificate issued by the 'Loughborough University XpressConnect' Certificate Authority.  This can be found under Personal > Certificates and will contain your username@lboro.ac.uk. e.g. itis@lboro.ac.uk

3 Delete User Certificate

Delete Old Certificate

Right-click on the certificate and click delete

4 Confirm Deletion of User Cert

Confirm Certificate Deletion

Click 'Yes' to confirm the deletion of the certificate