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  • Connecting Windows 10 to XMUNET+
    1. Right click the Internet Access button in the taskbar, and select the Open Network and Sharing Centre option.

    2. Click the Set up a new connection or network link.

    3. Select the manually connect to a wireless network option.

    4. Enter XMUNET+ (in upper case) in the text box. Select WPA2-Enterprise from the Security type selection drop-down and an Encryption type of AES. The Start this connection automatically checkbox needs a tick in it. Click on Next.

    5. Click the Change connection settings link.

    6. Untick the Remember my credentials for this connection each time I’m logged on in the Security. Click on Settings.

    7. Untick the Verify the server’s identity by validating the certificate. Click on Configure.

    8. Untick the automatically use my Windows log-on name and password (and domain if any). Click on OK.

    9. Click the Advanced settings button.

    10. Tick the Specify authentication mode and select User authentication from the selection drop-down.

    11. Click the Internet Access in the taskbar, select the XMUNET+ network and click on Connect.

    12. Enter the username and password. The username is your student ID or faculty ID. The password should be set at the website: http://p.xmu.edu.cn.

    13. The picture below shows that the XMUNET+ network is connected successfully.

    Note 1: If the connection is unsuccessful, you could delete it and reconfigure your device. 1. Click the Internet Access in the taskbar > Network & Internet settings.

    2. Click on WiFi > Manage known networks

    3. Click on XMUNET+ > Forget. Then you could reconfigure your devices as the 1-13 steps above.

    Note 2: If you want to change the WiFi settings at the status of the successful connection, such as change the username and password, you could follow the steps bellow. 1. Click on Control Panel > Network and Internet > Network Connections. Double click on WLAN XMUNET+ .

    2. Click on Wireless Properties, and you can change the settings in the Wireless Properties. If the connection is unsuccessful, you could follow the Note 1 to reconfigure your devices.

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