NOTE: Windows 7 machines are not able to connect to Venus due to it being broadcasted at higher Ghz and the weaker wireless antennas cannot connect successfully.
1. Go to Networks, which is the wireless on the task bar at the lower right of screen.
2. Click on venus2
3. Username: firstname last name same as MIAD login (i.e. michaelpetrella)
Password: same as your MIAD email password
4. A message box will appear saying Windows can't verify the server's identity or do you wish to accept this certificate. Click Accept or connect.
If you do not see venus or venus 2 you'll need to add it manually.
1. Click on the your Start Menu button
2. Click on Control Panel
3. Click the Network and Internet.
4. Click Network and Sharing Center.
5. NOTE: If in the control panel comes with lots of icons and titles look for and click on Network and Sharing Center
6. On the left side of the window there will be a list of different sections click on Manage wireless networks
7. In this window there will be a large signals icon along with computer icons listing all your networks you created. Click Add in the tab above the icons.
8. In the window that pops up click on Manually create a network profile
9. In Network name enter venus2. For Security type choose WPA2
Enterprise. Have the student login via their MIAD login. Tick the box next to
Start this connection automatically and tick the box next to Connect even if
the network is not broadcasting its name (SSID).
10. Hit Next and the next window should say Successfully added venus2. Accept
Certificate when the window pops up and it should be connected to the internet.
Now whenever venus2 is within range of your computer it should automatically
pick the network.