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How do I connect to the wireless network?

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For KSU community members, University Information Technology Services (UITS) has prepared guides that illustrate the set-up process for Mac, iPad, and MS Windows. Click the guides link above, and search for "wireless".

Please note, if you are attempting to connect to KSU wireless and it just asks for a password instead of the usual credentials, forget the network and then rejoin. It should work properly after that. 



For campus guests, please follow the below directions:
1. Select "KSUGuest" from the list of available wireless networks.
2. Open a web browser.
3. Enter "kennesaw" as security key.
4. Login with your email address.
5. You are now connected to the WiFi network.

Note: Guests have limited bandwidth, will only be able to access the Network between 6am and midnight, and are restricted to Internet connectivity through a web browser.

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