Before you start make sure you have removed any old eduroam profiles and your wireless connection is enable. If you are unsure how you remove any old profile, click here for a guide on how to do that.
How to set up eduroam in Windows 7
1. Left click the wireless network icon and choose “Open Network and Sharing Center”
2. Click “Set up a new connection or network”
3. Select “Manually connect to a wireless network”
4. Fill in the information like the screenshot below. Click “Next”
5. Click “Change connection settings”
6. A new window appears with two tabs, “Connection” and “Security“. Click on the security tab and check that the configuration information matches the screenshot below and click “Settings”
7. Fill out the information as shown below. (Make sure server is “ise1.unis.no” and “DigiCert Assured ID Root CA” is check) Click “Configure“.
7.1 Turn off automatically using Windows username and password
8. Click OK twice to get back to the first security tab and click the button “Advanced settings“.
9. Check option “Specify authentication mode:” and chose “user authentication” in the pull down menu then click the button “Save credentials”
9. Fill in your username (email@example.com) and password, click Ok on all the settings windows.
10. You should now be connected to eduroam. If you are not connected, left click the wireless icon and select eduroam and click the connect button.
How to remove existing eduroam profile
1. Click the wireless network icon and choose “Open Network and Sharing Center”
2. On the left side you’ll find “Manage wireless networks“, click that.
3. Find eduroam in the list, right click and “Remove network“.
4. You can now go to the top of the page, follow the guide to set up eduroam.