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Connecting to the Internet

For connecting to the Internet on the Barry University School of Law campus (including the Law Library):

Mac users should ONLY use the "BarryUWireless" network.  (A Mac user should NEVER use "Connect to BarryUWireless.")

Windows/PC users would use the "Connect to BarryUWireless" network ONLY for the first time that they connect to the network.  Each time thereafter, they would go to "BarryUWireless" network.

For Barry students, faculty, staff, and alumni, log into the network with your Barry e-mail address and password.

Barry students, faculty, staff, and alumni should NEVER use the "BarryUGuest" network.  That would provide no access to Weblaw (the School of Law intranet), research databases, or other university resources.

Law Library Visitors (anyone who is not Barry students, faculty, staff, and alumni) may request the "BarryUGuest" network password.  

Division of Information Technology (DoIT) Staff

Doug Brucker‚Äč
Orlando Law IT Operations, DCS

Thomas Keeling
PC Support Specialist