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Connecting to lbnl-employee using the Dell Wireless Utility on Windows Vista

1. From the Start menu, open the Control Panel. Open the Network and Sharing Center..
2. In the Tasks list, select "Manage Wireless Networks."
3. Click the Add button to set up a new network.
4. Select "Manually create a network profile."
5. In the Network name field, enter lbnl-employee. Select WPA2-Enterprise as the Security type. Leave the Encryption type at AES. Click Next.
6. Select "Change connection settings" to modify the security settings of this network.
7. The Connection tab should have the correct settings. Select the Security tab at the top. In the "Choose a network authentication method" menu, choose Dell: EAP-TTLS. Note: The checkbox titled "Cache user information for subsequent connections to this network" will save your username and password and connect you to the lbnl-employee network automatically. Click the Settings button.
8. Choose PAP in the "Inner EAP method" menu. On the "User Name/Password" tab, check the box labeled "Prompt for user name and password." Click on the "Client Identity" tab.
9. In the Logon or identity field, enter some text such as your computer name or DOE number. Click OK. You will be returned to the "Manually connect to a wireless network" window (shown in step 6.) Click Close.
10. A dialog box will pop up from the notification area. Click the dialog box.
11. Enter your LBNL LDAP username and password. Click OK. You will now be connected to the lbnl-employee network.

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