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eduroam with Windows S
Unfortunately, no CAT tool is offered for Windows S, since the CAT tool can only be installed from the Microsoft App Store software and is not made available there for technical reasons. Therefore, a manual eduroam setup must be carried out for this operating system.
To set up eduroam manually, you may need to install the T-TeleSec root certificate. You can download the root certificate from the following link and install it on your device: https://www.pki.dfn.de/fileadmin/PKI/zertifikate/T-TeleSec_GlobalRoot_Class_2.crt]
To manually set-up the connection for eduroam the following steps are necessary.
1. Click right on the network symbol in your status bar and choose Open Network & Internet settings.
2. Click Network and Sharing Center.
3. Now you choose Set up a new connection or network.
4. Choose Manually connect to a wireless network and click next.
5. In network name put eduroam, as security type WPA2-Enterprise, encryption type AES, click on next.
6. Click on Change connection settings.
7. Now you just change the Network properties. Select Microsoft: Protected EAP (PEAP) as the method, click on settings.
8. Check the boxes for Verify the server's identity by validating the certificate and on Connect to these servers and uncheck Enable Fast Reconnect. Activate the option Enable Identity privacy and enter eduroam in the following text field.
Choose the certificate T-TeleSec Global Root Class2 at the list of Trusted Root Certification Authorities.
Select Secured password (EAP-MSCHAP v2) as Authentication Method and click on Configure.
9. Uncheck automatically use Windows… and click OK.
10. Click on Advanced settings. Check Specify authentication mode and choose User authentication.
11. At last click on “Save credentials” and type in your username and password.
Now you can connect to eduroam. If this does not happen automatically after set-up just click the SSID in the list of available wireless networks to connect.