- Unifi access points
- Unifi - Android
- Unifi - Intel ProSet Wireless
- Unifi - iOS 9
- Unifi - Mac OSX 10.11
- Unifi - Mac OSX 10.7 and 10.8
- Unifi - Ubuntu Linux
- Unifi - Windows Vista
- Unifi - Windows 7
- Unifi - Windows 8
- Unifi - Windows 10
- Unifi - Chrome OS
- Unifi - Windows Phone 8
- Updating a saved Unifi password in Mac OSX 10.7 and 10.8
- Updating a saved Unifi password in Mac OSX 10.11
This guide will help you manually configure Windows 10 to connect to Unifi if the regular setup process fails
Step oneType Network and Sharing Center into the Search the web and Windows box in the toolbar.
Click on the Network and Sharing Center result.
Click on Set up a new connection or network.
Select Manually connect to a wireless network, then click Next.
Enter the following settings:
Network name: Unifi
Security Type: WPA2-Enterprise
Click Change connection settings.
Ensure the following settings have been detected.
Security type: WPA2-Enterprise
Encryption type: AES
Then click the Settings button.
Uncheck the box next to Verify the server’s identity by validating the certificate.
Then click Configure.
Ensure the Automatically use my Windows credentials checkbox is unchecked.
Click OK and OK again.
Back on the Security page, click on Advanced Settings.
Ensure the checkbox next to Specify authentication mode is checked.
From the dropdown box, select User authentication.
Click OK again to close the Security settings window and return to the desktop.
From the System Tray in the lower right corner of your screen, click the wireless network icon pictured.
From the list of available networks select Unifi, then click Connect.
The connection process will begin and you will be prompted to enter your credentials.
- The username is your UWA Person ID (e.g. 12345678)
- The password is your Pheme password
Once your have entered your credentials, click OK.
You are done!
After a few seconds you should be notified that the connection was established successfully as pictured.
You should now have Internet access.