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Connecting Android 5.0 Tablet to Wifi (Certificates and WPA2-Enterprise)

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#1 ComradeYang


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Posted 07 April 2016 - 05:11 PM



As of recently, I have been trying to connect my Android 5.0 tablet to a WLAN network. The network is part of a domain that I have access to. However, there is one problem: it requires a certain certificate (or certificates). I have absolutely no idea which certificate is the correct one, and I also have no idea how to use on my tablet. Also, I have no idea how to connect my tablet to a WPA2-Enterprise network. Any help would be greatly appreciated.





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#2 Sneakycyber


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Posted 07 April 2016 - 06:11 PM

The certificate will be kept on your NPS server. If your not part of the network staff you will need to contact them. To install the certificate on your tablet. Copy the certificate to the SD card or internal storage. The go into settings, Wi-Fi, then click more in the top right corner. Select the Advanced menu then Install network Certificate.

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