Windows & Mac Users
Should your device lose its connection with Haverford-Secure, try connecting to Haverford-Connect, open a web browser and follow the instructions. For step-by-step instructions, please see Haverford Wireless: Connecting to Haverford-Secure.
Mac computers can sometimes continue to have problems and need a few extra steps. If your Mac computer still has difficulty connecting, clear out the old Haverford-Secure and or Eduroam network settings by following the instructions below:
Step 1: Click on your Wireless Network icon on your menu bar
Step 3: Select Airport on the left hand side. Turn Airport off and then select advanced
Step 4: Clear out any Haverford Network Names (Haverford-Secure, Eduroam, Guest, Connect, etc). To clear out the network names, select the network and click the Minus sign (-).
Step 5: Click on 802.1x and clear out any configurations you see here for Haverford-Secure (10.6 and earlier only). Check the profile and click the Minus sign (-).
Step 6: Go to System Preferences and click on Profiles (10.7 and Later)
Step 7: Delete Haverford Profile (10.7 and Later). Select the profile and click the Minus sign (-).
Step 8: From the Finder, click on Go then select Utilities
Step 9: Select Keychain Access
Step 10: Clear out certificates and keychain passwords for Haverford-Secure (aruba-master… And DigiCert)
If on 10.6 or before REBOOT FIRST AND CHECK 802.1x again for entries (Step 5)! Now connect with Haverford-Connect again!
If you are still experiencing problems. Follow Steps 1-10 again and then add Network Manually