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How do I connect to eduroam on Windows 10?


6.0 - Updated on 2024-06-01 by Sean Schluntz

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2.0 - Updated on 2024-06-01 by David Lee

1.0 - Authored on 2015-09-02 by David Lee

This article explains how to connect to the UC Berkeley Campus eduroam WiFi network on a device running Windows 10. 

Before you Begin

  1. Forget or Delete the CalVistor and airbears2 networks from your remembered WiFi networks list
    • Open Windows Settings from the Start menu
    • Select Network & Internet and then Wi-Fi
    • On the Wi-Fi page select Manage known networks
    • Locate the wireless network, select it, and then choose Forget
  2. Create your WiFi Key


Connecting Windows 10 to eduroam

1. Click on the network icon Windows 10 Network Icon in the system status tray on the bottom right hand of the desktop


2. If not already selected click on the WiFi button Windows 10 System Tray WiFi Button to display the wireless network list

It may take a few moments for your computer to identify and list all available wireless networks

Windows 10 Available WiFi Networks List


3. Select eduroam from the list of networks, check the Connect automatically option, and then click Connect

Windows 10 Connect to Wifi Option


4. You will be prompted to approve connecting to the network, click Connect

Windows 10 Continue and Accept Certificate


5. You will be prompted to log into the network and should use the following settings and then click OK

Windows 10 WiFi Login Prompt


6. If you have entered the information as listed along with your correct WiFi ID and Key your device should connect to the eduroam network

If you have issues connecting to eduroam try rebooting your device and go through these steps again. If this does not resolve connectivity please contact us for help: