Windows certificate troubleshooting (June 2020)
With this tutorial, you will know how to solve the connection issue in Windows linked with the last update (June 2020).
Disable the server's certificate check
If you were previously connected to our network and can no longer connect: forget the MiNET network by right clicking on it in the WiFi network list.
Do the following key combination: Windows + R then type "control.exe /name Microsoft.NetworkAndSharingCenter".
If you do not see the text Wi-Fi(MiNET) in the window that opens
- Click on "Manually connect to a wireless network".
- Fill in the field "Network name" with "MiNET" and "Security type" with "WPA2 - Enterprise".
- Confirm with "Next"
- If a message informs you that the network already exists, please forget it before starting this procedure again.
- Click on "Change connection settings".
- In the "Security" tab, click on "Settings".
- Uncheck "Verify the identity of the server by validating the certificate" and check, by clicking on "Configure", that the option "Automatically use my Windows name and password" is unchecked.
- Go back to the "Security" tab and go to "Advanced Settings".
- Check "Specify authentication mode", and in the list choose "User authentication".
- Click on "Register Identity" and fill in your credentials to connect to the MiNET network.
- You can validate everything with OK and close these windows, you should now be logged in!
If you see the text Wi-Fi(MiNET) in the window that opens
- Left click on the "Wi-Fi (MiNET)" text
- Left click on "wireless properties", a window opens
- Go in the "Security" tab
- Left click on "Settings"
- Uncheck the "Verify server identity by validating the certificate" option
- Validate the changes by clicking "OK"
Once done, you can now connect to the Wi-Fi network.
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