Intel PROSet is the wireless networking software included with certain Intel wireless network adapters. The following steps describe how to configure Intel PROSet wireless networking software on Windows 7 to connect to the CUNESecure wireless network.
|1. If you have connected to CUNESecure before, remove the profile before continuing, as described in How do I remove a Windows 7 Intel PROSet profile? If the profile exists and contains incorrect information, clicking “Connect” in the next step will fail (i.e., “Cannot connect to CUNESecure”).|
|2. Open the Intel PROSet software. It will scan for nearby wireless networks. Click CUNESecure to select it and then click “Connect”.|
|3. The name of the wireless network (CUNESecure) will be displayed. Click “Next>>”.|
|4. The software will spend a moment or two collecting information from the wireless network. It will display a message that it could not configure all of the information. That is fine. We will complete the configuration in the following steps. Click “Next>>”.|
| 5. Enter the security information as indicated in the picture. The username, password and confirm password for the secure wireless network are all “concordia” (all lowercase).
User Name: concordia
The roaming profile should be your username (e.g., Jane.Smith). Click “Next>>”.
|6. Enter the server security information in the picture. Click “Next>>”.|
|7. You will see a confirmation of the configuration. Click “OK”.|
|8. After a moment or two, the window will show that you are connected to CUNESecure. Click “Close”.|