This document will give you instructions on how to connect your Windows 7 Computer to our SU-Secure wireless network.

Automated System instructions

  1. Click the Network Icon in the bottom right-hand corner, near the date and time, and select SU-Connect and click Connect.
    connection available
  2. Open a web browser, such as Internet Explorer, and navigate to http://connect.salisbury.edu.
  3. Click Personally Owned Device or Salisbury University Owned Devices.
    connection wizard
  4. Click the JoinNow button.
    join now
  5. Click Run to run WiFi_Salisbury_University_Wrapper.exe.
    run or save
  6. Click Yes to allow SecureW2 JoinNow to make changes to your computer.
    user account control window
  7. Now enter your Salisbury Username and Password and click Next.
    username and password
  8. If your password and up-to-date and your account is active, this process will complete and you will need to click Done.
    joined window
  9. You can see that you are now connected to SU-Secure by clicking the Network icon.
    connected to su-secure

Direct Connection

If the automated process does not work on your computer, here are the instructions on how to connect directly to SU-Secure.

  1. Click the Network icon and select SU-Secure and click Connect.
    network icon menu
  2. Enter your Salisbury University Username and Password and click OK.
    username and password
  3. You can see that you are now connected to SU-Secure by clicking the Network icon.
    connected to su-secure

Manually Connect

If connecting directly to SU-Secure does not work on your computer, here are the instructions on how to manually connect to SU-Secure.

  1. Click the START button and select Control Panel.
  2. In Control Panel, type wireless in the search box in the top right corner. The window below will display matches to the search. Select Manage wireless networks under Network and Sharing Center.
    network and sharing center
  3. Click Add above Networks you can view, modify and reorder.
    manage wireless networks
  4. Select Manually create a network profile.
    manually connect to a network
  5. In the Manually connect to a wireless network window, for Network Name enter SU-Secure.
    enter wireless network information
    1. For Security type, select WPA2-Enterprise from the drop-down.
    2. For Encryption Type, make sure AES is selected from the drop-down.
    3. Make sure that both Start this connection automatically and Connect even if the network is not broadcasting are checked.
    4. Then click Next.
  6. The window will change to indicate you have Successfully added SU-Secure. Click Change connection settings.
    success window
  7. In the SU-Secure Wireless Network Properties window, click the Security tab.
    network properties
    1. In Choose a network authentication method, Microsoft: Protected EAP (PEAP) should be selected.
    2. Click the Settings button.
    3. In the Protected EAP Properties window, make sure that Validate server certificate is checked. 
      1. Check Connect to these servers:, and type .*.salisbury.edu (period + asterisk + period + salisbury + period + edu) in the box provided.
      2. In Trusted Root Certification Authorities, check Thawte Premium Server CA and thawte Primary Root CA.
      3. In Select Authentication Method, verify that Secured password (EAP-MSCHAP v2) is selected and click Configure.
        protected peap properties
      4. In the EAP MSCHAPv2 Properties window, uncheck Automatically use my Windows logon name and password (and domain if any).
        eap mschapv2 properties
      5. Click OK.
      6. Click OK to exit the Protected EAP Properties window.
    4. In the SU-Secure Wireless Network Properties window, under the Security tab, click the Advanced settings button.
      network properties
      1. Click the 802.1x settings tab.
        802.1x settings
      2. Make sure that Specify authentication mode is checked, and select User authentication from the drop-down menu.
      3. Click the 802.11 settings tab.
        802.11 settings
        1. By default, Enable Pairwise Master Key (PMK) caching should be checked, PMK time to live (minutes): should be set to 720, and Number of entries in PMK cache: should be set to 128.
          enable pairwise
        2. All other entries should be unchecked.
        3. If your settings do not match, change them to match these settings.
      4. Click OK to close the Advanced settings window.
    5. Click OK to exit the SU-Secure Wireless Network Properties window.
  8. Click Close on the Manually Connect to a Wireless Network window. 
  9. Exit out of the Manage Wireless Networks window as well.
  10. Click the Network icon and select SU-Secure and click Connect.
    connections available
  11. You may see a prompt asking for additional logon information. Click Enter/select additional logon information.
    connect to a network
  12. Enter your Salisbury University Username and Password and the click OK.
    login
  13. Click on the Network icon to verify you are connected to SU-Secure.
    connected to su-secure

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