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[Rescheduled For Monday 4/17/17] Wireless Network Upgrade Scheduled For Sunday (4/16/17)

[Rescheduled For Monday] Network Services ran into some issues applying the new security certificate for the VCU wireless networks this weekend. They are going to perform this work tonight, April 17, 2017, to apply the new security certificate after 11 p.m. Our vendor will be on call for this work to ensure it is completed. As was stated below, there could be a brief interruption of service for the wireless networks (VCU SafeNet & VCU Guest) during the upgrade. See below for directions to accept the new wireless network security certificate if prompted. If you have any questions, please contact the IT Support Center at 828-2227 or itsc@vcu.edu.
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VCU Technology Services has a wireless network upgrade scheduled for April 16, 2017, at 2 a.m.

On, April 16th, after 2 a.m. there could be a brief interruption in wireless (VCU SafeNet Wireless) connectivity for a security certificate upgrade. After the upgrade, certain devices may have to trust a new certificate in order to regain wireless connectivity. The new certificate will show up in a window on your device. Please only accept the certificate that is coming from acs4.cns.vcu.edu Issued by InCommon Server CA. The certificate window will look similar to the pictures below:

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The certificate will be “Not Trusted” until you click the “Trust” option.

Please contact the IT Support Center (828-2227, itsc@vcu.edu) with any questions.

Posted by garbettgl on Tuesday, April 11, 2017, at 1:16 pm

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