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Using your personal laptop

Using wi-fi with your personal laptop

Instructions on how to configure your personal laptop in order to access Concordia's wireless network.

For further help, contact the IITS Service Desk.

A wireless network called "ConcordiaGuest" can be detected by personal laptops on campus. Once logged onto this network, you can access instructions on how to configure your personal laptop for full access to the Internet via the Concordia University wireless network.

Instructions for users from other institutions

A wireless network called "Eduroam" can be detected by personal laptops on campus. Choose this network and enter the username and password you use to log in to the wireless network at your university. Only your institution's login and password can be used for Eduroam.

Example:
If your home institution is McGill, you would enter:
Username: firstname.lastname@mail.mcgill.ca
Password: same as the one used for MyMcGill

You might need to set up your device for accessing the Eduroam network on the Concordia campus.

Printing with WebPrint

To print from personal laptops or laptops borrowed from the library, we recommend using WebPrint.

WebPrint allows you to upload a document from wherever you are (even from home) and release the document from any DPrint printer-copier on campus. Just put money your Concordia ID using one of the DPrint loaders* and swipe your Concordia ID card on the DPrint printer-copier to pay for your print job. Here’s the link: http://webprint.concordia.ca/cps/

*DPrint Loaders: On the downtown campus there are 2 DPrint loaders located at the bottom of the stairs by the entrance to the library. On the Loyola Campus, there is 1 DPrint loader located on the first floor of the Vanier Library next to the women’s washroom.

page last updated on: Friday 22 August 2014
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