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Use your MyAccess account to connect to the 'UCSFwpa' wireless network.
MyAccess is UCSF's single-sign on service that enables you to access a variety of applications via a common user id and password.
There are two different wireless networks: 'UCSFguest' and 'UCSFwpa'. The network name is case sensitive.
Please set the network SSID to 'UCSFwpa.' Most wireless devices include a configuration utility which is active in the System Tray in Windows (usually located next to the time display in the bottom right-hand corner of your screen) or in the Menu Bar in Mac OS (usually located next to the time display in the upper right-hand corner of your screen).
If you are logged into the 'UCSFwpa' network, you have access to all library resources as if you were using a library workstation. Using 'UCSFguest,' you will have limited access to UCSF resources.
Download this hotfix if you have installed Windows XP Service Pack 3 and cannot get wireless after the update. You will need to accept Microsoft's usage agreement and submit your email address. We recommend you first copy this onto a flash drive from another computer and then run it on your laptop. Please come to the Tech Commons for assistance.
You may use the 'UCSFguest' network.
Consultants are available in the Library's Tech Commons. Please stop by the Parnassus Library in CL240 or see our Consulting and Service page for more information.