Eanes ISD

Guest Wifi

Security Certificate Installation

In an effort to better protect our students from inappropriate content we are now requiring ALL devices connected to our network to utilize the EISD SSL decryption certificate. This allows the district to better filter both content and enforce safe search browsing.

If you are utilizing a district supported device you should already have the decryption certificate installed. Otherwise you may need to follow the directions below in order to successfuly browse the internet utilizing our WiFi network.

Choose your Operating System below for installation instructions. 
If you are using Firefox, regardless of your OS, select the Firefox tab.
 

Firefox

Importing the “eanesisd.net” Certificate into FireFox
 
  1. Make sure you have the Firefox browser open and click on this link: Security Certificate
     
  2. You will receive a prompt asking if you would like to Open or Save the file. Select Save.
  1. Click on the menu icon in the top right corner of the Firefox browser and go to Options.

Step 3
  1. On the left navigation, select Privacy & Security. 

Step 4
  1. Scroll to the bottom and click View Certificates.
Step 5
  1. Make sure the Authorities tab is selected at the top, and then at the bottom click Import.
Step 6
  1. In the popup window, select Downloads on the left side of this window, and then select Eanes-CA_SSL.cer. Click Open in the bottom right. NOTE: If you can't find Eanes-CA_SSL.cer, it may be titled zljibb4igp1sz4w6yu7z.cer

Step 7
  1. Check both boxes and click OK, and then click OK on the last window (Certificate Manager).

Step 8

Once this is done, you should be able to access sites such as Gmail and Google with no issue.

 

Android

Importing the “eanesisd.net” Certificate into Android Browser
 
  1. From the Android browser, open this link: Security Certificate
     
  2. Click on download in the bottom right of the screen. You may be prompted to verify your identity.
     
  3. You will be prompted to name the certificate. If prompted for what the certificate is used for, select VPN and apps.
    Name the certificate
  4. IF asked for your phone’s passcode, enter it now to install the certificate. Otherwise, the certificate will install without it. When you do this, you should be able to access sites such as Gmail and Google with no issue. There is also a possibility that you will have to create a passcode for your device to install this certificate. Create one when prompted to install the certificate.
                       
     *THIS MAY OR MAY NOT WORK FOR OTHER BROWSERS*

 

iOS

Importing the “eanesisd.net” Certificate into iOS Safari

  1. Open up the Safari browser and click the following link: Security Certificate
     
  2. A window will pop up stating that the website is trying to download a configuration profile. Click Allow
     
  3. A pop up will say Profile Downloaded and to review the profile in Settings to install it. 
     
  4. Open your device Settings app. At the top, under your AppleID, it should say Profile Downloaded. If you aren’t on the latest iOS version this might not appear. If not, go to General, and then scroll down to the bottom and click Profile.
     
  5. Select the downloaded profile named Eanes-SSL, and then click Install in the top right corner of the screen. You may be prompted to enter your device passcode at this point.
  6. Select Install on the top right of the screen again, and then click Install yet again when it pops up at the bottom of your screen. 
     
  7. Go back to Settings > General, and click About at the top of the screen. Scroll all the way to the bottom and click Certificate Trust Settings.
     
  8. Enable full trust for the certificate labeled Eanes-SSL. Click continue on the pop up that appears after this. 

The process is complete and you should have access to approved websites.

MacOS (Macbook)

Importing the Eanes-SSL Certificate into MacOS Safari
 
  1. Open up the Safari browser and click the following link: Security Certificate
     
  2. This will add the certificate to your downloads. Click on your downloads in the lower right corner of the screen and click the Eanes-CA_SSL certificate. You may be prompted to enter your password. NOTE: If you can't find Eanes-CA_SSL.cer, it may be titled zljibb4igp1sz4w6yu7z.cer

    Security Cert
  3. Next, click on the magnifying glass in the top right corner of your screen to bring up spotlight search, and type “keychain” and hit enter.

  4. Make sure you are on the System tab on the upper left side of the keychain window, right click on the Eanes-SSL certificate in the list of certificates, and then click Get Info.

  5. Click on the arrow next to Trust in the window that appears. On the first dropdown menu that appears, labeled “When using this certificate” select Always Trust from the dropdown menu. 
     

    Always Trust

The certificate is now trusted and you will be able to access approved sites.

 

 

Windows

How to Install the “eanesisd.net” Certificate for Edge/Chrome
  1. Open up the Microsoft Edge Browser and click the following link: Security Certificate
     
  2. A window will pop up at the bottom of the browser window. choose “Open"
     
  3. Click the download that appears in the bottom left corner of the browser and then click Open. A security warning window may appear after clicking open, click Open on that window as well.
    Open
  4. Click Install Certificate on the window that pops up, then click Local Machine, and Next
    Local Machine
  5. A pop up will ask you if you want to allow the app to make changes to your device. Click Yes.
     
  6. On the next window, click Place all certificates in the following store, and then click Browse.
    Place Cert
  7. Click the checkbox “Show physical stores” at the bottom of the new window that pops up, and then scroll to the top and open the Trusted Root Certification Authorities drop down menu and select Group Policy within that dropdown. Click OK
    Group Policy
  8. Click Next, and then click Finish. A pop up will alert you that the import was successful. You should now be able to access approved sites. 

This will import the cert for Chrome as well.