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Ralink USB wireless adapter works with Kerberos?

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Hi all,

 

I have a Realtek's USB wireless adapter. However, I cannot use this when I am in my school. The wi-fi network of my school needs both Kerberos username and password to connect its network. Realtek's USB dongle driver does not support that feature. There is nowhere to input both username and password when I try to connect to my school's Wi-Fi.

 

So, my question is that can I connect to my school's Wi-Fi which needs to input both username and password with Ralink's USB wireless adapter?

 

Thanks in advance for your help.

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