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eduroam

eduroam

 

The Royal Conservatoire of Scotland provide access for staff and students to the eduroam (education roaming) network. eduroam is a world-wide roaming access service developed for research and education. More information can be found at the eduroam website.

For more information regarding eduroam please visit the eduroam wesite at www.eduroam.org. To see a list of UK Institutions which have eduroam available click here.

 

Connecting

 

iOS Devices
Open Safari and go to https://cat.eduroam.org select your institution and download the installer.
Select Install
Enter passcode
Select Install again
Enter your conservatoire username in the format username@rcs.ac.uk select Next
Enter your conservatoire password and select Next
Select Done

Android Devices
From the Google Play Store download and install the eduroam CAT app on your Android device
Under Profiles select Royal Conservatoire of Scotland and Install
Select Install
Enter your conservatoire username in the format username@rcs.ac.uk select Next
Enter your conservatoire password and press the Install button

Laptops
The best way for RCS students and staff to connect to the eduroam network is to download the automatic installer for your device’s operating system. Links below are provided for the specific operating system that your device uses.

Once the zip file has downloaded open it and run with installer file within. When you are prompted for your username and password, type in your username in the form username@rcs.ac.uk, and use your regular RCS password. After the installer has run your laptop should automatically connect to the eduroam network when in range.

Staff should take care not to type in their email address rather than their username in the form specified above – if you type in your email address then your device won’t connect to the eduroam network.

 

Policies

All participants (institutions and individual users) are bound by the eduroam(UK) policy and the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland’s Acceptable Use Policy.