If you use the wireless networks “Amherst_Secure” or “eduroam,” you will need to verify a certificate when you connect to these wireless networks on July 10. You will not be able to connect to these wireless networks until you verify the new certificate. The current certificate that allows for secure authentication to these wireless networks will expire later this month. When the new certificate is in place on July 10, your computing device (phone, tablet, or laptop) will request verification from you to accept the new certificate. Below are instructions on how to accept the new certificate from Mac OS X, Windows, iOS, and Android. Please contact us at x2526, if you have any questions or need assistance.

Mac OS X
You will be prompted to trust the new certificate via a popup like this one:
Mac - Accept Cert.png

You may click “Show Certificate” to verify the certificate itself:
Radius cert as it appears in Mac OS X

Click “Continue” to accept the new certificate and connect to the wireless network.

iOS: iPhone/iPad
You will be prompted to trust the new certificate via the following prompt:
iOS - Accept Cert.png

Click “Trust” to accept the new certificate and connect to the wireless network.

Windows 10
You will receive the following warning about the certificate:
Radius cert as it appears in Windows 10

Click “Connect” to accept the new certificate and connect to the wireless network.

Windows 7
You will receive the following warning about the certificate:
Win 7 - Accept Cert.png

You may click “Details” to verify the certificate itself:
Win 7 - View Cert.png

Click “Connect” to accept the new certificate and connect to the wireless network.

Android 4 & 5
No interaction is required to use the new certificate.