Validating identity windows wireless
The computer says that 'Windows was unable to find a certificate to log you on to the network GU' and in the network places above the signal from Gonzaga it reads 'validating identity'.
After switching to zero config and connecting a pop up came up saying that the conmputer is set up for 802.1x and that I must go into the router(or somewhere else I forget) and make sure that the router and the computer matched.....
After installing the latest updates I tried connecting again, no luck..
So I went into the computer and turned off the Dell Wireless management Utility to use a Zero Config setup.
You may notice that the “Truman Secure Wireless” network has been found, but due to specific settings needed for a complete connection to the Truman Network this will not allow a proper connection. – A free virus program courtesy of Truman State can be downloaded here.* You will not be prompted for your username and password or to validate the server certificate every time you connect.
These are only needed when you first setup the wireless connection.
: Tunnel adapter Automatic Tunneling Pseudo-Interface: Connection-specific DNS Suffix . : Tunnel adapter Teredo Tunneling Pseudo-Interface: Connection-specific DNS Suffix . : Tunnel adapter 6to4 Tunneling Pseudo-Interface: Connection-specific DNS Suffix . This document will guide you through the process of connecting to the secure wireless network in Windows 7. If you need help setting up your wireless connection you may contact the ITS Helpdesk. Once the wireless tab has opened, select the link marked “Open Network and Sharing Center”. Once the “Network and Sharing Center” windows opens, select the link marked “Set up a new connection or network”. As the “Set Up a New Connection or Network” window pops up select the option marked “Manually connect to a wireless network” and select next. Connection should complete successfully and the wireless icon at the bottom right-hand corner of the screen should show connection status.* Additional installation of Cisco Clean Access and a Anti-Virus Program of your choice will be required before connection can fully complete.- Information on Installing Cisco Clean Access can be found here. For more information about the wireless network, including coverage areas and general information see the Wireless Network Overview. In this window type in your Truman Student ID and then the Password that correlates with this ID (this id and password are also used for campus computers login and Tru View) and select .
(It is possible I missed an update, but don't think I did). They are the ones that told me the NIC was too old to support WPA2. You can go here to download the correct driver once you know which one. I have downloaded all the network drivers as well as the software drivers and some other recommended updates.