Open the System Preferences control panel and launch the "Profiles" panel.
Select the "Harvard Secure" and/or "Eduroam" profile, click the "[-]" button at the bottom, and then confirm the deletion by clicking the "Remove" button.
If you have no "Harvard Secure" or "Eduroam" profiles, you can skip to the next step.
Locate the WiFi icon at the top of your screen and turn it on (if it is not on already.)
Choose the "Harvard WiFi Setup" SSID from the WiFi menu and wait for your Wireless card to connect to the network.
Launch your favorite web browser (Safari, Firefox, Chrome, etc.) and open http://getonline.harvard.edu.
Choose "I Have a HarvardKey" and you will be directed to the next page.
Your Mac OS system should be automatically detected. If it was incorrectly detected, you can select the correct system in the drop-down box at the bottom of the page.
When ready, click the "JoinNow" button to continue.
Double-click the file in your Download menu to open it.
Double-click the SecureW2 app to install it on your Macintosh.
You may receive this warning. Please click "Open" to install the app.
When prompted, enter your HarvardKey and Password and click "Next".
You may be prompted to enter your Mac OS username and password so that SecureW2 can operate on your computer.
You may also be prompted to allow the use of your MacOS Keychain to store/retrieve your credentials. Please select "Always Allow".
After joining the network, please verify that you are correctly connected to the "Harvard Secure" wireless network.
You should be connected to "Harvard Secure", if not, select it from the WiFi drop-down menu.