When prompted, save the file to your desktop. Some browsers will do this automatically.
Go to your desktop and open the file "NetworkWizardLoader.exe".
Note: If you are using Windows XP, you must have at least Service Pack 2 installed. If you do not have Service Pack 2 installed, please run Windows Update to receive Service Pack 2. If you are unsure, run XpressConnect and it will prompt you if Service Pack 2 is not installed.
If you prefer, you may select one of the following loading mechanisms: Java Applet or ActiveX.
XpressConnect was unable to start itself using Java. You need to select one of the
options below to manually start the application :
Safari Users: Click here to manually download
the application. Next, locate XpressConnect in the Downloads window, hold down the Control key,
click XpressConnect and select Open.
You will be informed that XpressConnect is an application downloaded from the Internet and
asked if you would like to open it. Click Open.
Firefox Users: Click here to manually download
the application. When prompted, select to open the file with StuffIt Expander and click "Ok".
Next, locate the Downloads window, hold
down the Control key, click XpressConnect.app.zip, and select Show in Finder. Double-click
on XpressConnect. You will be informed that XpressConnect is an application downloaded from
the Internet and asked if you would like to open it. Click Open.
If the application still does not load, Java may have been either uninstalled from your computer
or disabled. To reinstall, visit http://developer.apple.com/java/download.
After clicking the link above, you will be walked through installing
a configuration profile for iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch.
If using an iPhone or iPod Touch, version 2 or greater is required.
If you do not have version 2 or greater, you will need to connect
your iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch to your computer and run iTunes
to update the firmware. All versions of iPad are supported.