In order to set-up a computer system for your classroom, you’ll need to install a WPA-secured password.
You can also use a password manager like Passbook to set your own password, but you need to know how to use both of these.
The first step is to know your WPA password, which is used to encrypt and authenticate your computer’s traffic.
To get started, learn how to configure a WAP password, a unique passphrase for the internet connection you use.
Then, read our guide to setting up and using the most popular password managers for your school.
If you don’t have an administrator password, we’ve also got a handy guide for setting up your own administrator password.
Finally, if you need a secure password for the Internet connection you’re using, we have some great tips for getting a strong password for your computer.
Here’s how to set one up for your WFA system.