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Updating a saved Unifi password in Mac OSX 10.7 and 10.8

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This guide will help you reconnect to Unifi after changing your Pheme password.


Steps in this guide

  1. Check which version of Mac OSX your computer uses
  2. Remove Unifi from the network list
  3. Reconnect to Unifi

Step one

Click the Apple symbol in the top left hand corner and select ‘About This Mac’.

Select 'About This Mac'

This guide is for Macs which say ‘Version 10.7.##’ or ‘Version 10.8.##’.

Locate the version number

Step two

Open the Wi-Fi menu. This is located in the upper right corner of the screen. Select “Open Network Preferences…”

Select 'Open Network Preferences'

Select the “Turn AirPort/Wifi Off” button then select the “Advanced…” button.

Select the 'Turn Airport/Wifi Off' button 

The ‘Airport’ tab will be selected. Select ‘Unifi’ from the ‘Preferred Networks’ list and then click the negative button to delete the ‘Unifi’ entry.

Remove Unifi from the network list

Click the “OK” button. Back on the Network Preferences page click the “Apply” button.

Step three

Select the “Turn AirPort/Wifi On” button. Click on the drop down box next to “Network Name” and select “Unifi”.

Select the 'Airport/Wifi On' button

You will be prompted to put in your username and password then select “Join”.
NOTE: your username is your 8-digit student or staff number, and your password is your Pheme password.

 Enter your username and password

You are done!

You are now successfully connected to Unifi

After a few seconds you should be notified that the connection was established successfully. You now have Internet access.

 

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