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Introduction


This user guide is meant for users to connect their laptop with Windows XP through
SSID TP-Secure in Temase...
Verify that Windows Zero Configuration service is running;
1.   Click Windows Start, click Run, type services.msc, and the...
Setting of SSID, TP-Secure (With Auto-config Script)
Pre-requisite: Windows XP User account type must be Administrator to ...
After authentication is successful, you have connected to TP-Secure.

In order to test functionality, open up a browser an...
Should you experience any problem configuring with Auto-config Script, please use
the Manual configuration procedure below...
5. In the Network name (SSID) box, type TP-Secure and select WPA under Network
Authentication and TKIP under Data encrypti...
6. In the Authentication tab, make sure that Enable IEEE 802.1x authentication for
this network is checked.

Select Protec...
8. Click Configure, and ensure Automatically use my Windows logon name and
password (and domain if any) is not checked.


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11. Enter your TP credential when prompted.




                                                        User name and Pass...
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  1. 1. Introduction This user guide is meant for users to connect their laptop with Windows XP through SSID TP-Secure in Temasek Polytechnics. Microsoft Window XP Wireless Zero Configuration Guide Operating Systems/Hardware Pre-requisites  Windows XP, Service Pack 2;  Window XP Wireless Zero Configuration client  Ensure that wireless network card’s radio is turn on  Install Microsoft hotfix; WindowsXP-KB917021-v3-x86-ENU.exe, for WPA2 support and prevent a Windows wireless client from advertising the wireless networks in its preferred networks list The hotfix can be download from; http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?familyid=2726F32F-D52B-4F84- ACE8-F7FC20195769&displaylang=en Note: Please configure manual proxy script for Internet Explorer and Firefox before proceeding; 1. In Internet Explorer, on the Tools menu, click Options. 2. On the Connections tab, click LAN Settings. 3. Tick Use automatic configuration script 4. Under Address: Enter http://proxy-config3.tp.edu.sg/proxy.pac 5. Click OK, to save the settings. 6. Click OK to close Internet Options 1. In Mozilla Firefox, on the Tools menu, click Options 2. On the Network tab, click Settings 3. Check Automatic proxy configuration setting URL 4. Under Address: Enter http://proxy-config3.tp.edu.sg/proxy.pac 5. Click OK to save the settings. 6. Click OK to close Options Wireless Zero Configuration allows Windows to configure and manage your wireless adapters. Enabling Wireless Zero Configuration is a pivotal step in configuring wireless access. Many times Zero Configuration will be disabled if a third-party application is managing your adapters. For many encrypted data network, Windows Zero Configuration must be enabled to receive data transmissions.
  2. 2. Verify that Windows Zero Configuration service is running; 1. Click Windows Start, click Run, type services.msc, and then click Ok. 2. Under Name Column, scroll to Wireless Zero configuration. In the Startup Type box, make sure that it is show as Automatic/Manual and the Status is Started. If the Status is show blank, right click Wireless Zero Configuration, select Properties, under General tab, make sure that Startup type is Automatic/Manual, click Start and then OK.
  3. 3. Setting of SSID, TP-Secure (With Auto-config Script) Pre-requisite: Windows XP User account type must be Administrator to be able to run the script. Please proceed to Setting of SSID, TP-Secure (Manual configuration) section if your User account type is not Administrator. 1. Download the Auto-config Script from URL: http://cis.tp.edu.sg/download/xp/TP-Secure-WinXP.exe and save it into your computer. 2. Go to the folder location where you saved the Auto-config Script and double click to run the Auto-config Script (TP-Secure-WinXP.exe). 3. After finishing installing the script, a dialog box will be pop up at the bottom right corner. Click on it to enter the user credential, user name and user password is required. User name and Password will be your TP admission number and Password. Type in TP-STUDENT for Logon domain Click OK to connect.
  4. 4. After authentication is successful, you have connected to TP-Secure. In order to test functionality, open up a browser and browse to http://www.yahoo.com. Yahoo.com home page should be successfully loaded. Clearing of your TP admission number and Password After authentication on the TP wireless network, Windows will store your TP admission number and Password information permanently. However, if you're sharing the computer with someone else, you should remove this information to prevent others from accessing TP wireless network with your personal TP admission number and Password. There is no built-in solution to resolve this problem. Please download the script from URL: http://cis.tp.edu.sg/download/xp/ClearCache-WinXP.exe and double click to run it to remove the cached user data. Note that this script will only work on Windows XP. You'll have to run this script every time someone else is using the computer. The script also requires a restart of your computer.
  5. 5. Should you experience any problem configuring with Auto-config Script, please use the Manual configuration procedure below. Setting of SSID, TP-Secure (Manual configuration) 1. Click Windows Start, click Run, type ncpa.cpl, and then click Ok. 2. In the Network Connections window, right-click the Wireless Network Connection icon, and then click Properties. 3. In the Wireless Network Connection Properties, click the Wireless Networks tab. If you do not see a Wireless Networks tab, your network adapter may not support the Wireless Zero Configuration service. Make sure the Wireless Zero Configuration service is started and set to automatic. Ensure that Use Windows to configure my wireless network settings is checked. 4. Under the Preferred networks, click the Add button.
  6. 6. 5. In the Network name (SSID) box, type TP-Secure and select WPA under Network Authentication and TKIP under Data encryption. Ensure that Connect even if this network is not broadcasting is checked. (Note: This option will not be available if you did not install Microsoft Hotfix KB917021)
  7. 7. 6. In the Authentication tab, make sure that Enable IEEE 802.1x authentication for this network is checked. Select Protected EAP (PEAP) under EAP type and ensure that Authenticate as computer when computer information is available and Authenticate as guest when user or computer information is unavilable is not checked. 7. Click Properties and ensure that Validate server certificate is checked. Select Entrust.net Secure Server Certification Authority under Trusted Root Certification Authorities Select Secured password (EAP-MSCHAP v2) under Select Authentication Method and ensure that Enable Fast Reconnect is checked.
  8. 8. 8. Click Configure, and ensure Automatically use my Windows logon name and password (and domain if any) is not checked. 9. Click OK, four times until you have existed from the wireless network connection. 10. A dialog box from your system tray will appear stating Click here to select a certificate or other credentials for connection to the network TP-Secure. Click on this box.
  9. 9. 11. Enter your TP credential when prompted. User name and Password will be your TP admission number and Password. Type in TP-STUDENT for Logon domain Click OK to connect. After authentication is successful, you have connected to TP-Secure. In order to test functionality, open up a browser and browse to http://www.yahoo.com. Yahoo.com home page should be successfully loaded. Clearing of your TP admission number and Password After authentication on the TP wireless network, Windows will store your TP admission number and Password information permanently. However, if you're sharing the computer with someone else, you should remove this information to prevent others from accessing TP wireless network with your personal TP admission number and Password. There is no built-in solution to resolve this problem. Please download the script from URL: http://cis.tp.edu.sg/download/xp/ClearCache-WinXP.exe and double click to run it to remove the cached user data.. Note that this script will only work on Windows XP. You'll have to run this script every time someone else is using the computer. The script also requires a restart of your computer.

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