UCSFwpa - Secure Wireless
The UCSFwpa wireless service is widely available in clinical, research, and administrative buildings providing protected communications to Campus and Medical Center resources and networks. The UCSFwpa wireless network supports most wireless devices using 802.11a/b/g/n and is the recommended method of network access at most UCSF locations. Starting in May 2015, all UCSFwpa users will be asked to replace their MyAccess/SFID credentials with their Active Directory/Email credentials when connecting to the wireless network.
Faculty, staff, students, and affiliates with an Active Directory (AD) account. To obtain an Active Directory user name account, click here: http://it.ucsf.edu/services/automatic-active-directory-and-email-account...
Visitors to UCSF should use the UCSFguest wireless network.
Requirements for UCSFwpa
- A wireless device which supports Wi-Fi Protected Access II (WPA2)
- To obtain an Active Directory network account, click here: http://it.ucsf.edu/services/automatic-active-directory-and-email-account...
- Starting in May 2015, all UCSFwpa users will be asked to replace their MyAccess/SFID credential with their Active Directory/Email credential