Windows 8 and 10
This document explains the connection to KIT Wifi on Windows 8 and 10 to KIT and eduroam. Because the steps for Windows 8 and 10 differ only visually, these examples show how to connect to KIT on Windows 10. The configuration of eduroam is analogous - simply select eduroam from the list of wifi networks.
You might need to remove the wifi network if the authentications fails, and add it again.
Authentication for KIT and eduroam
Click on the WLAN icon in the bottom right corner in the task bar. A list of available networks will be displayed [figure 1].
Check the certificate fingerprint [figure 3]. The correct fingerprint is:
If it matches, click on connect.
Securing the connection
To prevent rouge access-points from phishing your KIT credentials, you need follow the steps outlined in Windows manual configuration to secure the connection.
Deleting an existing network
Click on the Wifi network you intent to remove, then click on "forget" [Figure 10].
Exact steps of configuring a Wifi network manually are documented in Windows: manual configuration.