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Mac OS X 10.7 - How to connect to MIT SECURE wireless

This article describes how to connect a Mac running Mac OS X 10.7 to the MIT SECURE wireless network. For Mac OS X 10.6, click here.

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  1. Click on the Wi-Fi icon located in the upper right of your screen, just to the left of the time. Select the network MIT SECURE from the list of wireless networks.
    List of wireless networks
  2. OS X will prompt you for your WPA 2 Enterprise credentials. Please enter your MIT Kerberos username and password and click Join.
    Enter credentials screen
  3. When prompted by the Verify Certificate window, click the Show Certificate button.
    Verify certificate screen
  4. The certificate name should read "" or "" and digitally signed by GeoTrust. Once you've verified the certificate's authenticity, click Continue.
    Verify certificate details screen
  5. In order to save these changes to your system, OS X will prompt you for a local administrator username and password. Enter the administrator username and password and click Update Settings.
    Log in screen
  6. You can now verify that you're connected to MIT's secure wireless infrastructure by viewing the Wi-Fi signal meter in the upper right-hand corner of your display.
    Wifi signals

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April 27, 2016

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