What Operating Systems can Connect to the Wireless Network?

If your operating system, wireless card, and wireless card drivers support 802.11a/b/g/n and WPA2 Enterprise, your device can connect to the network. Most devices should support this. For users running Linux, if your Linux device supports 802.11a/b/g/n and WPA2 Enterprise, it should connect.

Directions for Connecting in Linux

Select HWS-Private and WPA2 Enterprise in your Linux wireless manager. If prompted for a username or "identity," enter your HWS username. If you are prompted for an "anonymous identity," leave it empty. Consult your device's documentation for specifics.

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