|1||On your ChromeOS device, verify Wi-Fi is turned On, and you must be within LBL's eduroam network.|
In a browser, go to https://cat.eduroam.org and click on the blue bar (that works like a button) to start the process to download the installer.
|3||Select "Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory" to identify which eduroam configuration you need.|
|4||The browser can detect which device you are using and navigate you to the correct CAT (Configuration Assistant Tool) version that you need. Here, we see "Chrome OS" was selected.|
Click on the blue bar that serves as a button to download the installer,
Note the text below the bar, "After downloading the file, open the Chrome browser and browse to this URL: chrome://net-internals/#chromeos. Then, use the 'Import ONC file' button. The import is silent; the new network definitions will be added to the preferred networks."
Click the "Continue" button.
|6||This is the screen when the download is complete.|
|7||Go to the browser and type into the URL field the following text, "chrome://net-internals/#chromeos" to set the Chromebook configuration.|
|8||Click on "Choose File" to import the ONC file.|
|9||Select the downloaded file. In this instance, "eduroam-chromeos-LBNL.onc". Note, there will be NO INDICATION on the screen that this was successful. This is OK.|
|10||Click the WiFi icon,, in the lower right-hand corner of the Chromebook.|
|11||Select "eduroam" as your network to connect for verification.|
|12||Enter your username in the "Identity" field and your password in the "Password" field.|
|13||You should connect successfully to the LBL eduroam network.|
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