Manually configure Windows to connect to the RiceNet3 wired network with PEAP MSCHAPv2
This document describes how to manually configure a Windows workstation to connect to the RiceNet3 wired network with PEAP MSCHAPv2. Valid Rice NETID credentials are required. This article is intended for use by Rice staff, students, and faculty.
Step 1: Open the Control Panel by hitting the Windows Start button and then begin typing Control Panel. Open the Control Panel app that comes up as a result.
Next, select View by: Small icons.
: Open Administrative Tools. Step 3
: Open ServicesStep 4:
Scroll to the bottom. Double click Wired AutoConfig
: In the Wired AutoConfig Properties
window, select Startup Type: Automatic
from the drop-down menu. Go to Service Status, click Start.
Click Apply. then OK.Step 6
: Go to Control Panel-->Network and Sharing Center--> Click Connections: Ethernet
: Local Area Connection Properties
In the Authentication tab, configure the following:
- Select ‘Enable IEEE 8021x authentication'.
- Select ‘Remember my credentials for this connection each time I’m logged on’.
- Select ‘Fallback to unauthorized network access’.
Choose a network authentication method:
- Select Microsoft Protected EAP (PEAP) from the drop-down menu. Click Settings.
: Protected EAP Properties
Select Verify the server certificate
In the Trusted Root Certification Authorities section, select ‘UserTrust External CA Root
Select Authentication Method > Secured Password (EAP-MSCHAPv2)
Select Enable Fast Reconnect
Make sure the box in this window is unchecked as shown in the image below.
and click OK
: Back in the window with the title Ethernet Properties click on Advanced settings
> select Specify authentication mode
. From the drop-down menu
, select User authentication
Click Save Credentials
. Type your NetID and NetID password. Click OK until you exit the settings menus.
Then click OK and click OK on any windows that are still open. After about a minute, you should now be connected to the Rice network. If you still aren't connected, try restarting the computer.