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UHealth Wireless Network to Be Restricted on December 21; Users May Switch to SecureCanes


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    SecureCanes1As part of the University of Miami’s effort to improve wireless connectivity, the UHealth wireless network at the Miller School of Medicine campus will be restricted to those with an account on the medical domain starting Monday, December 21. Faculty, staff, and students who cannot access the UHealth wireless network after this change are kindly asked to use the SecureCanes wireless network. SecureCanes provides encryption for wireless communications, making it safer to use wireless devices such as laptops, smartphones, and tablets.

    To access the SecureCanes network, you are required to enter your CaneID and password. You will be asked only once to join this network and enter your credentials, but if you change or reset your password you will need to reconnect with your updated credentials.

    For instructions on how to connect to the SecureCanes wireless network see SecureCanes Documentation.

    Once you have successfully connected to the SecureCanes wireless network, please follow the instructions on how to remove the UHealth profile from your device(s). By removing the UHealth profile from you device(s), you will prevent your computer and/or device(s) from attempting to connect to both wireless networks.

    If you have any questions or have trouble connecting to the SecureCanes wireless network, please contact the UMIT Service Desk at 305-243-5999 or help@med.miami.edu.

     

     

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