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HP DeskJet 2622 Connect to WPA2-Enterprise with PEAP?

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DeskJet 2622
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

Recently I bought a new HP DeskJet 2622 printer. When I was trying to make it connect to the WLAN of my institute, I found that my school provides a WLAN with WPA2-Enterprise along with PEAP -- which means I have to not only password but also my username to identify myself. I didn't find ANY topics on this, What should I do?

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Normally you can't connect your wireless printer to an organization such as University, Dorm ..... Please check with your Network Adimin in your organization.


And one other thing: it only supports WEP and WPA, not WPA2



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To clarify, the printer does support WPA2, WPA1, and WEP-64 authentication.


WPA-Enterprise is not supported by consumer products, you cannot connect the printer to a network protected with Enterprise-level Security:


Regardless of the current security which does not allow connecting the printer, be aware that by connecting the printer to a shared network, any computer connected to this network can print to your printer and you cannot control or block this in any way, I would say that a USB connection would be better recommended for such environment.



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