eduroam for Windows

Follow the steps below to manually connect to eduroam network. You may also download the instructions here.

Note: Eduroam login requires your complete email address,, and your password regardless of the type of device or its operating system. Images may differ from your local environment, but the process is the same.

I.) Install EEEI-CA.

  • Download the certificate EEEI-CA.
  • Open the file and Install the Certificate.

  • Install the certificate on the Local Machine.

  • Install it as a Trusted Root Certificate Authority.

  • Press Finish to confirm certificate installation.       

II.) Setup Network Connection.

  • For Windows 10, go to Network and Internet > Network and Sharing Center.
    • Select “Set up a new connection or network
    • Select “Manually connect to a wireless network
    • Click Next then Change connection settings.   
    • On the Security tab, match the configuration below:

    • Go to Settings. Enter anonymous identity, eduroam server, and verify it against UP-EEEI CA.
    • Go to Advanced settings and tick Specify authentication mode then select User authentication.
    • Press Ok to finish. 
    • Navigate to the available Wi-Fi networks and connet to eduroam.
    • Enter your EEE account with your password
    • You will be connected to the eduroam network when the authentication succeeds.


  • For Windows 11, go to Network and internet > Wi-Fi > Manage known networks.
    • Select Add network.
    • After saving the added network, navigate to the available Wi-Fi Networks and connect to eduroam.
    • Enter your EEE account credentials and confirm that you are connecting using the certificate issued to  

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