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eduroam for Windows 7

The following step by step process will connect your Windows 7 computer to eduroam. This configuration only needs to be done once - your settings will be saved and you will just need to connect to the eduroam access point in the future.

Step 1: Click on this link to download the installation program:

eduroam setup for Windows 7

If prompted, choose Run or alternatively, find the downloaded file and double-click it.

Step 2: A shortcut icon will be created on your desktop called Setup eduroam. Double-click this icon. Press any key when prompted.

Step 3: When at the external location, connect to the wireless network called eduroam (it will appear with this name at any participating institution).

Step 4: Enter your SCU short username and password.

IMPORTANT: Your username must be in the following format:

username@scu.edu.au

Note this is different to wireless@SCU, as your username MUST be followed by @scu.edu.au

Step 5: Click 'OK'.

Congratulations! You are now connected to eduroam. In the future, eduroam will be among your preferred networks and you can connect directly to it, without this guide. The desktop shortcut "Setup eduroam" can be deleted.

If you have any trouble connecting (eg. *If you do not know your SCU Computer Login login details) please visit the Frequently Asked Questions.

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