XpressConnect may not always have a configuration for an operating system. This is most commonly encountered with some versions of Linux. If XpressConnect doesn't work on your device, you can configure it yourself by checking these settings:

Information about registering media devices and game consoles can be found here.

The final step to Internet access is getting it registered. The screens below will appear after you have successfully connected to the network and have tried to visit a website. Your computer will be redirected the the ResNet registration system.

Step 1


Begin by connecting to the WiFi hotspot (SSID) entitled WiFi-UNI-Setup. Visit a web page in your browser, which will redirect you to the image shown on Step 1 below.

Step 1

Agree to the terms and conditions by checking the box then click "Next"

Step 2

Select 'Run' when prompted to allow Java to run the application.

Locations With Wireless Coverage

All Sites in Campus Available with Wi-Fi Access

  1. What is ResNet?

For a good description of this, view our About Us page.  If you need immediate help, click here.

2. Why are Internet download speeds different at different times of the day?

Click here for information.

Have you connected and went through the XpressConnect process in WiFi-UNI -Setup?

This wizard will configure your device to properly connect to WiFi-UNI.

Do you have the correct login information?

WiFi-UNI uses your CatID login. This login is the one used in computer labs. Please verify that you can login to a computer lab and test your login.

Have you tried different locations?

Windows 8:

1. Open the wireless menu by selecting the logo in the right hand corner.

2. Select the network and right click to bring up more options. Select Forget this network.


Windows 7 & Vista:

1. Open the Start Menu and search for manage wireless networks

Forgetting wireless networks allow your computer to reset some settings, such as usernames, passwords, or configurations that may allow you to reconnect again. Follow the instructions below to learn how to forget a wireless network in OS X.
  1. Go to Network in the System Preferences menu.
  2. Select AirPort and Advanced...

  1. Open the Settings and choose the General option. 
  2. Find and select the Profile option near the bottom.
  3. Click remove on the WiFi-UNI entry. This will delete your information about this network.
  4. Connect to WiFi-UNI Help and run XpressConnect


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