Employees and students in possession of a login at UCL, can register their own private devices, such as a pc, tablet or a smartphone, permanently. Thereafter those devices will log onto UCL's wireless network automatically, when within range, regardless of which UCL address they are located at.
Shown below is what registering your device look like, on a Chromebook. You do not necessarily need to be at a UCL address to register your Chromebook.
At UCL connect to UCL-Guest.
A browser will now automatically open with the window below. Check "Please accept ....." and click on "Student or Employee? ......".
Click on "Click here".
Click on Enroll.ucl.dk.
If the window below does not open automatically, start a browser and go to https://enroll.ucl.dk.
Start here on https://enroll.ucl.dk if not at UCL:
You now enter the Chrome Web Store, where you have to add the JoinNow MultiOS extension.
Click "Add to Chrome".
Click "Add extension".
The JoinNow MultiOS extension has now been added.
You can check that the extension is installed by going to the "chrome://extensions" page.
Go back to https://enroll.ucl.dk. It should say that the extension is installed.
Click "Sign In".
Enter your UCL username and corresponding password. Then, choose Sign in.
Click Download. The browser now opens one more tab. Go to the second tab.
If, contrary to expectations, no more tabs are opened, open a new tab and go to "chrome://network".
Click Choose File.
Choose SecureW2.onc. Choose Open.
Connect to UCL's network Eduroam.
The window shown below opens. Find the "Server CA certificate" field and select ROOTCA [ROOTCA] instead of Default. Click Connect.
Your Chromebook is now registered.
The Chromebook will now attempt to connect to UCL's network Eduroam. If you are not at UCL, an error message will appear, since the network is not available.