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 UC_Secure Setup Instructions for Windows 10

 Instructions for connecting to the UC_Secure wireless network on Windows 10.

Automatic Setup via Script

1.  Click the following link: Windows 10 Setup Script
2.  You will be prompted for a download. Select to save the file.
3.  One the save is complete, run the UC_Secure_Install.exe file.
4.  You will be prompted to allow the installation. Click "Yes" when prompted.
5.  Once complete the installer will disappear and your UC_Secure profile should now be setup.
6.  If you are on campus, you should receive a pop up in the lower right saying "Additional Information is needed to connect to UC_Secure"
7.  Click the pop up and you will now be prompted to enter your Central Login Credentials. The username and password fields will use the same credentials as your login for Onestop, Blackboard, and Faculty or Student Email
8.  Click OK to login, and you should now be connected!

Manual Setup

*Please note: If your device currently connects to Securewireless automatically, you will need to remove the profile before connecting to
UC_Secure. Instructions for doing so can be found HERE

1.  Click on the wireless icon on the bottom right of your screen near the clock. Select UC_Secure and click Connect.


2.  You may see one or more “Continue connecting?” pop-ups, click Connect to finish connecting.


6.    Enter your Central Login username and password at the prompt and click OK to connect.


7.    You should now be connected to UC_Secure. If you were not prompted to enter your username and password your computer may be attempting to log in to the network automatically with your login credentials. If you are unable to connect because of this, please complete the following steps:
.  Open the Network and Sharing Center from the Control Panel. Click on UC_Secure under the active networks section and it should open the Wireless Network Properties window.

b.  In the UC_Secure Wireless Network Properties window, click the Security Tab and then click the Settings button next to “Microsoft:Protected EAP (PEAP)”


c.  In the Protected EAP properties window, click the Configure button next to “Secured password (EAP-MSCHAPv2) 

d.  In the EAP MSCHAPv2 Properties window, uncheck Automatically use my Windows logon name and password (and domain if any)




If you have any questions or require assistance, please contact the IT@UC Service Desk at (513)556-4357 or via email at: Helpdesk@uc.edu

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