Windows 10 – Setting wireless network For CS Students

Setting wireless network For CS Students, on Windows 10

The wireless network is designed for computer science students with TD-CSF account.

  • Using the wireless network is possible only with 802.1x protocol.
  • The wireless network for students is: students_WIFI  distributed in ground floor till 2nd floor.
  • The wireless network for students, students_WIFI   distributed on the entrance floors up to the second floor.

To connect to the network you need to set the wireless network interface according to the following steps:

Open Command Prompt and run:

Netsh wlan delete profile name=”students_WIFI”

Right-click the Wireless Network tab in the lower right corner

Select: Open Network and Sharing Center

Select Set up a new connection or network

Windows 10 - Set up a new connection or networkSelect Manually connect to a wireless network


Windows 10 - Manually connect to a wireless networkType the network name and select WPA2-Enteprise

Windows 10 - Manually-connect-to-a-wireless-network









Press NEXT


  • Network Authentication method: PEAP
  • Click on Settingsfor PEAP  Network Authentication method
  • In Protected EAP Properties windows:
    • De-select Verify the server’s identity by validating the certificate.
    • Select Authentication method: select Secured password (EAP-MSCHAP v2)
    • SelectEnable Fast Reconnect
    • Click on Configuefor the Authentication method
    • De-select Automatically use my Windows logon …
    • Click OK.
  • Click Advanced settings.
    • In 802.1x, set Specify authentication mode, and select User authentication
    • Click Save credentials and insert your td-csf user in the User Name field (for instance: izik, not, and insert your td-csf password in the Password
    • Click OK.
  • Click OK to close setup.
  • Left click the Wireless Network tab in the lower right corner.
    • Students_WiFi  should show: Connected, secured.