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UC_Secure
UC_Secure is the University's primary wireless network for Faculty, Student and Staff at the University of Cincinnati.

1-Click Setup Scripts
1-click install: Windows
1-click install: macOSX

Setup Guides
Windows 10
Windows 8
Windows 7
MacOSX
Linux
Apple iOS (iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch)
Android Devices

AppleTV Airgroup Registration
AppleTV Air Group Registration Guide


UCGuest
UCGuest is the wireless network provided to allow guests to the University a means of connecting to the internet wirelessly.

Setup Guides
Windows 8 
Windows 7
MacOSX 
Mobile Devices


Eduroam
Eduroam (education roaming) is world-wide roaming access service developed for the international research and education community. UC students, faculty and staff can obtain Internet access while visiting any other eduroam member-institutions throughout the world using their UC username and password.

Setup Guides
Windows 8 
Windows 7
MacOSX 
Apple iOS (iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch)

Android Devices


SSLVPN
The Secure Sockets Layer Virtual Private Network (SSLVPN) allows authorized users access to private or restricted services on the UC network from off-campus locations. You will need to log into the VPN if you are off-campus and need access to a departmental file server or restricted service.

Setup Guides
Windows
MacOSX 
Apple iOS (iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch)

Android Devices


Resnet (Dorm Network)
The University's Dorm network allows students who are staying in UC residence halls a means of connecting their computer and devices to the internet. Computers connect to the UC Dorm network require the installation of the Safeconnect Security policy software which ensures your computer meets UC Net Standards for Security.  

Safeconnect Guides

Windows
MacOSX


Game Consoles
Many student staying in our dorms enjoying using a game console or videos streaming box. The University's dorm network will allow gameboxes and streaming devices, but are only permitted to connect through a wired network connection. Should you have issues connecting your device to the network, please contact the IT@UC Service Desk at (513)556-4357 for assistance. The technicians may require your device's hardware address, instructions for finding this can be found below:
How to Find your console's MAC Address


Dorm Wireless Printing
The University allows students residing in the dorms ability to use a wireless printer in their dorms. Instructions for registering your printer can be found below:

Dorm Wireless Printer Setup

 

If you have issues with any of these services, please contact the IT@UC Service Desk at (513)556-4357 or via email at: Helpdesk@uc.edu.

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