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To connect to the HSUWireless-Secure network, your computer must support the WPA2 security standard, and you must have the latest Windows updates installed. To update your Windows installation, do the following:
Make sure the machine is as up to date as it can be and that you have administrative access.
Make sure the machine is as up to date as it can be and that you have administrative access to it.
Ensure that the computer is as up to date as it can be and that you have administrative access. The machine should already be bound to Active Directory.
To connect your Android device to the HSUWireless-Secure network, you'll first need to ensure you're using Android 2.1 or later, so please update your device to the most current version of Android now.
The instructions below use the Motorola Droid X2 for illustrative purposes; your device's screen may look slightly different.
Step 1: Press the Menu key on your phone, and then tap Settings.
The secure wireless network enables staff, faculty, instructors and graduate students to take advantage of key benefits using their HSU-owned systems:
Recognizing that some people are happy to use basic text instructions and others feel more comfortable with graphical instructions, we've provided both here.
Your system now has the required certificates and other security measures in place to access the HSUWireless-Secure network whenever you're on campus, safe in the knowledge that all your communications over the wireless network are protected.
While this network is more secure than the regular HSUWireless network, any network, wired or wireless, is only as secure as its weakest link. And that weakest link is almost always a person. So keep your wits about you and don't post personal information on unencrypted web pages.
To connect to the HSUWireless-Secure network, your computer must support the WPA2 security standard, and you must have installed the latest Apple updates.
To update your OS X installation, go to Apple menu -> System Preferences -> Software Update
You will need an Administrator ID and password to update the OS.