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By quart666, Junior Member on 26th January 2010, 02:22 PM
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27th January 2010, 02:35 PM |#11  
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Cant find that version.
I downloaded version SecureW2_Enterprise_Mobile_313_GA_TRIAL.exe
29th January 2010, 07:21 AM |#12  
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bump..
I still cant get it to work
http://www.chalmers.se/insidan/SV/ar...anster/eduroam
28th April 2010, 01:42 PM |#13  
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Chalmers University of Technology uses Thawte premium server certificate for authentication.

What you need to do is this, go to Thawtes website and download their certificates:

(Apparently I cannot post links, but just google for "thawte root certificate" the file is at www dot thawte dot com slash roots)


The certificate you need is located in the folder Thawte Roots\Thawte SSLWeb Server Roots\thawte Premium Server CA\Thawte Premium Server CA.cer

Download that to your HTC HD2 and install it by just clicking it in the file browser on your phone.

Then you can just follow the instructions you found at their webpage.


Hope this helps.

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24th May 2010, 11:45 AM |#14  
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how to connect to EDUroam
Firstly, this refers to connecting an HTC android phone (specifically the HTC Desire, but what I get from the web is that they are all much the same, these HTC android interfaces).

The problem starts when an innocent user looks for a WiFi network and finds eduroam. It then asks for not particularly relevant password information and cannot connect because the configuration of the default network setup is wrong. If you try to get the phone to forget that network it appears to do so that when you reconnect it still assumes that the connection was correctly set up. In order to get it to forget their network properly you have to enter the wrong password several times so that the phone thinks you have illegally trying to access the network. It then completely forgets.

The network discovery procedure will again come up with EDUroam, and the configuration should follow the instructions on the following website from Oxford University: <search for android eduroam oxford in Google>

In fact the names given on the HTC desire setup are slightly different. The important thing is that the EAP type should be PEAP, and the secondary type should be MSCHAPv2.

You then enter the username which will be effectively your registered e-mail address at your own institution, and then use as a password the thing eduroam calls "network access token" (16 lower case alphabetic character password generated for you if you buy your institution on request.

You then connect up and miraculously you have the connection you wish!

You should check that the connection is mobile roaming capability on your phone and checking that you really do have Internet and e-mail access as you wish through the WiFi connection directly.
3rd October 2019, 04:21 PM |#15  
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I have been looking for the SecureW2 Personal Client 2.0.4 for Windows CE package (original filename: "SecureW2_Personal_Client_204_CE.zip"). I have been unable to find it and the sources given in this thread no longer exist or are no longer available.

If anyone has the file, please provide it.
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