Mac OS X
The guide below describes how to setup / configure eduroam on Mac OS X 10.7 - 10.10.
In order to set up eduroam, the computer must be in a place where it is possible to access the wireless network. You will need your User identity and Password B at Uppsala University.
If you plan on using eduroam outside of Uppsala University, you should first set up your settings and test that it works at a location within Uppsala University. There is no guarantee that your setup will work on other eduroam networks outside of Uppsala University (troubleshooting becomes difficult when you are not at Uppsala University).
You can set up Password B by yourself, if you do not already have one. Visit the website User profile and create password B.
The images in this guide are from Mac OS X version 10.10.
Download the configuration file
Start a browser.
Go to website https://cat.eduroam.org
The link opens in a new window or tab.
Start the installation of profile
Type your user identity at Uppsala University into the Username field, followed by the text "@user.uu.se". For example "email@example.com".
Type your password, which is your password B.
If your computer is connected to eduroam you will receive this question. Click Install.
Log on to the computer as administrator to complete the installation.
Close the window.
You are now connected to eduroam.
This part of the guide describes how to uninstall the profile. Which may be needed if the installation starts malfunctioning.
Go to the Apple menu, select System Preferences.
Click Profiles in the System Preferences window.
Select the profile you want to delete and click "".
Log in as an administrator of the computer to delete the profile.
Close the System Preferences window.
Change password B
Go to User Profile log on with a User identity and password A create a password B.
When you connect again to eduroam, you must first do the following.
Install profile again.
Trouble with eduroam connection