On January 17th, 2023, OIT will be performing a routine certificate replacement that is used to securely connect devices to eduroam.
Devices that were previously connected to eduroam on Princeton's campus may prompt users to manually approve or trust this new certificate before reconnecting.
NOTE: If a device requires the new certificate to be approved, it will not connect to eduroam until this is completed.
1. Open the network list by clicking the Network icon near the clock.
2. Check the message displaying underneath eduroam
3. Verify that you are able to access the internet as usual.
Note: University managed and personal Windows 10 computers can avoid this certificate prompt in the future by using the steps in KB0013277
1. Allow your Mac to automatically reconnect to eduroam.
2. Click Continue in the "Verify Certificate: prompt that should appear after a few moments.
3. If prompted to enter a password to allow "changes to your Certificate Trust Settings:, enter the username and password you use to log into the computer.
4. Verify that you are able to access the internet as usual.
1. Allow your device to automatically reconnect to eduroam.
2. Tap Accept Certificate in the "Certificate needed to join network 'eduroam'" that should appear after a few moments.
3. Verify that you're able to access the internet as usual.
If your iOS/iPadOS device does not prompt you
1. Open Settings
2. Open Wi-Fi
3. Tap eduroam
4. Tap Trust on the "cppm-04.princeton.edu" certificate prompt.
Usually you should not receive a prompt. If you are prompted please refer to KB0013154
If you are a Princeton University member and require assistance, please contact the OIT Support and Operations Center (SOC) using any of the options listed under “Information Technology” on the Contact Us page.