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To connect to wireless using Windows 10, follow the steps below.

Which Network to Use:

MSU: Living Off Campus
MSU Open: Visiting in the PSU, Welcome Center, or Library
MSU ResNet: Living On Campus
MSU Sponsored: Departmental Guest Speaker Access (Must get key from Networking and Telecommunication)

Step-by-step guide

Setting Up Your Windows 10 Wireless in Regular Mode.

  1. Press the Windows key (the key directly to the left of the ALT key and spacebar) to bring up the Start Menu.
  2. Click on Settings.


  3. Click on Network & Internet.


  4. Make sure that the Wi-Fi in enabled to see the list of available networks. Select the network that is most appropriate for your use. If you live off campus, select MSU. If you live in the residence halls, select MSU ResNet.


  5. After clicking on the appropriate network, you will be given the option to set the network to Connect Automatically. If you would like to utilize this feature, check the box. Press the Connect button.


  6. Next, you will be prompted to enter your user name and password. This will be your Bearpass Login and Password respectively. After typing your credentials in, click the OK button.


  7. Once the credentials have been verified, you will be asked if you want to continue connecting. Click Connect.

You should now be connected to the Wireless and be able to browse the internet, check your email, and more.

Setting Up Your Windows 10 Wireless in Tablet Mode.

If you do not want your computer in Tablet Mode, visit How to Turn On/Off Tablet Mode in Windows 10.

  1. Click on the ≡ icon in the top left corner of the of the screen to open up the sidebar.


  2. Click on Settings


  3. Click on Network & Internet.


  4. Make sure that the Wi-Fi in enabled to see the list of available networks. Select the network that is most appropriate for your use. If you live off campus, select MSU. If you live in the residence halls, select MSU ResNet.


  5. After clicking on the appropriate network, you will be given the option to set the network to Connect Automatically. If you would like to utilize this feature, check the box. Press the Connect button.


  6. Next, you will be prompted to enter your user name and password. This will be your Bearpass Login and Password respectively. After typing your credentials in, click the OK button.


  7. Once the credentials have been verified, you will be asked if you want to continue connecting. Click Connect.

You should now be connected to the Wireless and be able to browse the internet, check your email, and more.

How to Add Wireless with Network and Sharing Center

  1. Right-click your network icon in the taskbar and click Open Network and Sharing Center.
  2. Click Setup a new connection or network.
  3. Select Manually connect to a wireless network and then click Next.
  4. Supply the network name and appropriate security (in this case we are using the MSU network with WPA2-Enterprise security), then click Next.
  5. The next window will confirm that you have added the network, but the network needs more information to function properly. Click Change connection settings.
  6. Click the Security tab.
  7. Click Settings.
  8. Select Secured password (EAP-MSCHAP-v2), then click Configure to the right.
  9. Uncheck Automatically use my Window login name and password, and click OK. Click OK to close the Protected EAP Properties window.
  10. In the Wireless Network Settings Window, click Advanced Settings.
  11. In the Advanced Settings window, check Specify authentication mode and select User authentication in the drop-down menu. Click Save Credentials.
  12. Supply your Bearpass Login and Bearpass Password. Click OK.

 


For questions or comments, contact the Computer Services Help Desk
HelpDesk@MissouriState.edu
417-836-5891