Thursday, April 6th, 2017 the UVM wireless network received a new security certificate as the previous certificate had expired. Some Macintosh computers are not accepting the new certificate automatically.
If you're using a Mac and started having trouble connecting to UVM wireless Thursday, April 6th, try the following steps:
Click the "Apple" in the top left corner of your screen, select "System Preferences"
In the "System Preferences" menu, click on "Profiles".
NOTE: If you do not have Read more [...]
UVM’s Virtual Private Network service allows remote users with UVM credentials to securely access resources that are normally restricted to on-campus users.
Access to the VPN service is controlled. To request VPN access on your account, visit go.uvm.edu/vpnrequest, read and agree to the Acceptable Use Policy, then click the “Request VPN Access” button. Your request will take some time to be processed.
After you have connected to a working Internet connection, open your preferred web Read more [...]
Connect to UVM wireless (iPhone and iPad)
Open the "Settings" app.
Tap the "Wi-Fi" settings icon.
Tap the "UVM" wireless network.
Enter your UVM NetID and password, then tap "Join" in the top right corner. (If you've forgotten your NetID password you can reset it here: https://uvm.edu/account)
"Trust" the radius.uvm.edu certificate. Note that the correct certificate is signed by InCommon RSA Server CA
That's it! You've successfully conntected your iOS device to the Read more [...]
How do I clear my web browser's cache, cookies, and history?
In most computer-based web browsers, to open menus used to clear your cache, cookies, and history, press Ctrl-Shift-Delete (on PC systems). Command + Shift + Delete (Mac OSX systems). If this doesn't work, follow the appropriate instructions below.
If you don't see instructions below for your specific version or browser, search your browser's Help menu for "clear cache". If you're unsure what browser version you're using, Read more [...]
Game consoles and media streaming devices are made to be compatible with consumer network configurations such as your standard home wireless router. These devices do not support WPA2 Enterprise, which is the network type UVM wireless uses. Therefore, they are unable to connect wirelessly on campus. However, game consoles and media devices are able to connect via an Ethernet cable to the data port located in your reshall room. All you need to do is submit a Network Registration Read more [...]
Things to know:
Unlike computers and smart phones, game consoles and media streaming devices are marketed toward consumer network configurations, such as your standard home wireless router. As such, Game consoles and Media devices are NOT designed to support WPA2 Enterprise wireless networks, which is a standard security protocol used by businesses, and higher ed institutions, including our UVM wireless network. Unfortunately, these devices are not capable of connecting wirelessly on campus. The Read more [...]
Please refer to the Residential Life website for current information about Television in the residence halls:
The UVM Tech Team can register your TV or similar (Apple TV, TiVo, Roku) in the wired Network Registration (netreg) database, but we do not offer support on these devices. We support you, the user, not the hardware, as you navigate using your device on the UVM network. Your TV product information MUST state explicitly that your device Read more [...]
Explanation of what the IP address for a computer connected to the UVM network (or trying to connect) indicates Read more [...]
How to connect to the (Active Directory Campus domain) shared drive using a Windows computer. Read more [...]
How to connect to your (Active Directory Campus domain) H drive using a Windows computer. Read more [...]