1. Open up your available wireless networks
Windows will notify you that it has found a wireless network. Click on this balloon to open up your available wireless networks.
If this doesn't pop up, open up the start menu and go to network connections
Then double click the wireless card
2. Connect to the "ASU" network
Find the "asu" network and double click on it
3. Open Internet browser. You're Connected
1. View your network status.
Hover over the wireless icon in the system tray bar at the bottom right side of the screen.
Right click on the wireless icon and select connect to a network.
...or open up the start menu and goto connect to
2. Connecting to the "ASU" network
When the Connect to a network screen pops up, scroll to asu
3. Connect anyway.
You will then be warned that asu is an unsecured network, click connect anyway. To keep your computer secure you may download security software from ASU
4. Finishing your connection
A window will show you are connecting
Then a window will "pop-up" saying you are connected without internet access, click the box to save the network and open your internet browser
5. You're Connected
1. Turn on AirPort Wireless Manager
Click on the icon at the top right corner of the screen and click "Turn AirPort On"
2. Connect to the "asu" network
Find the "asu" network and click on it
Wait to until AirPort has connected to the network
3. Open browser. You're connected!