WIZABU on Windows 10

Follow these steps to connect to the WIZABU network on Windows 10 devices.

Step 1: 

From the Start menu, start typing “Network and Sharing Center”, then click the “Network and Sharing Center”.


Step 2: 

Click on “Set up a new connection or network”.


Step 3: 

When the box appears, click “Manually connect to a wireless network”, then click next.

Step 4: 

On the next screen, make sure the following information is input exactly as shown:
– Network name: WIZABU
– Security type: WPA2-Enterprise
– Encryption type: AES
Check  “Start this connection automatically”
Uncheck  “Connect even if the network is not broadcasting”


Step 5: 

A message saying “Successfully added WIZABU” will appear. Click on “Change connection settings”.


Step 6: 

In the box that pops up, click on the Security tab. Under “Choose a network authentication method:” select “Microsoft: Protected EAP (PEAP)” and then click on “Settings”.


Step 7: 

In the window that pops up, uncheck “Verify the server’s identity by validating the certificate”.  Click “OK” to save the settings.


Step 8: 

Click on the WiFi icon in the taskbar, then click on “Network settings”.


Step 9: 

From this menu, click “Connect”.


Step 10: 

Enter your Bishop’s username and password into the fields shown and click “OK”.

You should type just your username (not username@ubishops.ca). This is the same username and password that you use to log into Moodle, Webmail & myBU, campus computers, etc. Your username is not case-sensitive, but your password is.


Step 11: 

You should now be successfully connected to WIZABU.


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