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My university provides us .p12 certificates that are used during the authentication to the university Wi-Fi network. All tutorials are written for Snow Leopard (importing certificate from keychain to AirPort).

I can't find any way to connect to the university Wi-Fi using the certificate that I've already added to the keychain.

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Apple offers tools for iPhone setup in an enterprise environment. Have a look at, especially on the iPhone configuration utility, look for Wi-Fi Settings. The tools are for free. – vilmoskörte Feb 16 '12 at 6:22
But i'm asking about Mac OS Lion not iOS.. In ios its suprisingly easy. Question is not related with iPhone at all. – Yen Feb 18 '12 at 10:07
Sorry, I did not read carefully enough :-( Perhaps you could find a hint here:… – vilmoskörte Feb 19 '12 at 8:43
I'm stuck at "First, simply try connecting to the network by selecting it from the list on the AirPort menu in the upper-right corner of the desktop" in rhe beginning, because i dont have AirPort option in Lion. This is exactly my problem:) – Yen Feb 20 '12 at 1:58
Then first goto network settings, select Wi-Fi service, and select "show Wi-Fi status in menu bar". (Apple dropped the term "Airport" recently and now names it "WiFi"). – vilmoskörte Feb 20 '12 at 22:20

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