Click Start, Control Panel, Network and Internet, Network and Sharing Center.
Click Manage wireless networks.
If eduroam is in the list of existing wireless networks, select it, right click on it and choose Remove network. Click OK if asked Do you want to proceed?
If asked, click Manually create a network profile in the How do you want to add a network window.
Enter eduroam into the Network name box
Change the Security type drop down option to WPA2-Enterprise
Change the Encryption type drop down option to AES.
Click Change connection settings
UntickConnect to a more preferred network if available.
Go to the Security tab
Change the Network authentication method drop down option to Protected EAP (PEAP)
Tick Validate server certificate.
Tick Connect to these servers.
In to the connect to these servers box, entereduroam.ntu.ac.uk
Tick GlobalSign Root CA in the list of Trusted Root Certification Authorities (do not tick any of the others).
Tick Do not prompt user to authorize new servers or trusted certification authorities.
Change the Select Authentication Method drop down option to Secured password (EAP-MSCHAP v2)
Tick Enable Fast Reconnect
UntickAutomatically use my Windows logon name and password and click OK.
Click OK again, and again.
Wait for a yellow bubble to appear which says Additional information is required to connect to eduroam. Click this bubble (You may have to disconnect from any wireless networks you are currently connected to first).
Enter your NTU username with @ntu.ac.uk appended. For example, if your username is com3other, enter email@example.com
Enter your normal password in the password box.
Leave Domain blank.
Close any remaining open windows.
Your computer should now connect you to the eduroam wireless signal. This may take up to 30 seconds.