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Configure eduroam for Windows 10 manually

This guide helps you to manually install the certificates needed to connect to eduroam on Windows 10.

Creating and installing eduroam certificates

1. Logon with your UmU-ID at https://www.eduroam.umu.se, click on Skapa certifikat.

2. Add information about the certificate and click on Skapa certifikat.

3. Copy the password and download the personal and root certificate.

4. Browse to the downloaded files and open UMU-CAROOT-CA2.cer.

5. Choose Local computer and click on Next.

6. Choose Place all.. and click on Browse.., choose Trusted rootcert.. and click OK.
The dialogwindow closes and then click Next.

7. Choose Yes to install the certificate.

8. Open your personal certificate. (with suffix .pfx)

9. Choose Current User and click on Next.

 

 

10. Click Next until your asked to enter a password, paste the password from step 3 and click Next.

 

11. Click Next and then Done.

 

Configure Windows 10 to connect using the certificate

Search for available networks and choose eduroam, click on Connect using certificate.

Configure eduroam on Chromebook

How to configure eduroam certificates on Chromebook

1. Logon to https://www.eduroam.umu.se with your Umu-id.
If you’re not connected to internet, you might have connect through UmU-Wlan first (logon with a browser).

2. Click on Skapa certifikat.

3. Copy the password in the box and click on Ladda ner personligt certifikat and Ladda ner root-certifikat.

4. When downloading the root-certificate (UMU-CAROOT-CA) you don’t have check the boxes.

5. In Chromes address field, type chrome://settings/certificates, choose the tab Authorities. Click on Import

6. Go to Downloads, import the file UMU-CAROOT-CA2. You might have to view All files to be able to select it.

7. Go to Your certificates, choose Import and bind to device your ”Umu-id” certificate, then paste the password you copied in step 3.

Configure your Chromebook to use the certficate

1. Open Chrome again and go to chrome://settings. Under Network expand Add connection and choose Add Wi-Fi.

2. Configure Wi-Fi settings

  • SSID eduroam
  • Choose TLS or EAP-TLS as EAP method  (depends on version)
  • Choose none as Phase 2 authentication (if available)
  • Server CA-certifikat UMU-CAROOT-CA
  • Användarcertifikat UMU-CA0003-CA
  • Identity Umu-id@ad.umu.se (ex. “abcd0001@ad.umu.se”)
  • Check Save identity and password
  • Click on Connect

Configure eduroam on Ubuntu manually

This guide will help you to configure the wireless network eduroam on Ubuntu. You only have to configure this once.

How to configure eduroam certificates on Ubuntu

1. Logon to https://www.eduroam.umu.se with your Umu-id.
If you’re not connected to internet, you might have connect through UmU-Wlan first (logon with a browser).

2. Click on Skapa certifikat.

3. Copy the password in the box and click on Ladda ner personligt certifikat and Ladda ner root-certifikat.

4. Open your file explorer and go to Downloads. Change suffix on the personal certificate from {umu-id}.pfx to .p12.

Configure Ubuntu to use certficates

1. Open menu and choose eduroam from Select Network .

2. Configure Wi-Fi settings

  • Wi-Fi security WPA & WPA2 Enterprise
  • Authentication TLS
  • Identity Umu-id@ad.umu.se
  • CA-certifikat UMU-CAROOT-CA2.cer located in Downloads
  • User certificate Umu-id.p12 located in Downloads
  • User private key Umu-id.p12 (is set automatically)
  • User key password Paste the password that was copied earlier.
  • Click on Connect.

Download Matlab

  1. To download Matlab, login to your account at the MathWorks webpage http://se.mathworks.com
  2. Go to ‘My Account’
  3.  Go to ‘Download Products’
  4.  Choose the main option (Newest version)
  5. Select your platform
  6. Save the installer (for example matlab_R2015a_win64.exe)
  7. Run installer, Follow installation instructions
  8. When prompted to login, login with your MathWorks account

Create an account MathWorks

  1. Go to MathWorks homepage http://se.mathworks.com
  2. Create an account using your umu.se email address
  3. MathWorks will send you a verification email, click the link in the email to verify
  4. When you have clicked the email link you will be taken to a registration page at the MathWorks homepage. Fill in your details (UserID is optional and not nessecary for UmU).
    Activation Key: 17012-57809-58605-43730-43770

Find where to go

AdobeCC Login

The new AdobeCC programs will require login.

1. When the message pops up asking for you to log in click on Sign in with an Enterprise ID and write your Umu-id@umu.se (for example abcd0002@umu.se).

2. Choose Enterprise ID if the following screen appears.

3. Choose Umeå universitet

4. Sign in with you Umu-id

5. You are now logged in

  • If the above login does not work contact your License Manager at you institution or Servicedesk via servicedesk.its.umu.se and create a ticket.

What is MFA?

Multi-factor authentication (MFA) is an authentication method in which a computer user is granted access to a program only after successfully presenting identification to an authenticated person.

As organisations and workplaces evolve, less control is exercised over devices, services and networks leading to a gap in the traditional security tools.  Security must be increased, so authentication must be strenthened to protect against credential theft.

Multi-factor authentication (MFA) adds an extra layer of protection on top of your username and password.