If you are connecting to the RRC wireless network for the first time, refer to Step 1. If you have recently changed your password and can no longer connect to the network, refer to the Forget wireless network – Windows 10 webpage.

  1. Click the Network icon in the bottom right‑hand corner of your taskbar.
  2. Click RRCWireless.

    NOTE: If RRCWireless does not appear in your list of available networks, you will have to manually add it. Refer to the Configure wireless network – Windows 10 webpage.
  3. Since this a network that you trust and will regularly connect to, you can select the Connect automatically check box to enable your device to automatically connect to the RRCWireless network whenever it is within the network’s range.
  4. Click Connect. If you are using a College‑issued device to log on, the RRCWireless network status will change to “Connected, secured,” and you can begin using the network. If you are using a personal device to log on, you will have to enter your log on credentials, refer to Step 5.
  5. If you are using a personal device to log on to the RRCWireless network, you will have to enter your College User name and Password, and then click OK. The RRCWireless network status will change to “Connected, secured,” and you can begin using the network.

    NOTE: Enter the same User name and Password that you use to access the RRC network.


    NOTE:
    The following three buttons are at the bottom of the network menu:

    Wi‑Fi: Click Wi‑Fi to enable/disable the wireless card on your device. Disabling Wi‑Fi prevents your device from connecting to any network.

    Airplane mode: Click Airplane mode to enable/disable the wireless card on your device and any other radio transmitters, such as Bluetooth. Enabling Airplane mode prevents your device from connecting to any network and preserves battery life.

    Mobile hotspot: Click Mobile hotspot to turn your device into a mobile hotspot so that all your devices can connect to the internet when no router is available.

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