NOTE: We recommend upgrading from Vista to Windows 7. Vista has many issues and is not as well supported as Windows 7.
If you are having issues obtaining an IP address, there is a known issue with Windows Vista regarding DHCP. You can find more information on this problem HERE.
will explain how to configure GTwifi on Windows Vista. This
example is assuming you have either a laptop or desktop with wireless
capabilities running Windows Vista.
- Click on the icon that represents your wireless network.
- Click on "Connect to a network".
Select "GTwifi" and click the Connect button.
- You should then see "Connecting to GTwifi".
- Click on "Enter/select additional log on information"
- An “Enter Credentials” box should pop up.
- Enter your GT account credentials.
- Leave the Logon domain field blank.
- Click OK.
- GTwifi is now added but there are a few additional settings to check.
To continue, click "Change connection settings".
- You will see the "Connecting to GTwifi" message again.
The next box will say that the connection was unsuccessful.
- Check both the "Save this network" and "Start this connection automatically" check boxes.
- Click "Close".
- You should then see a successful connection to GTwifi (Execelent Signal
Strength) in the lower right of your screen in the taskbar.